Blera. Discovering the Via Clodia

An ancient Roman road that crosses most of the Tuscia, every year are organized by excursionists associations to bring to light its importance and beauty, being now immersed in the unspoiled nature of the Viterbo countryside. One of the most beautiful itineraries in the Lazio region, assiduously during the winter Read more…

Blera. Truffle

In the woods near Blera there are tasty truffles with a very intense flavour. They have become a local specialty and during the spring and September seasons they can be tasted in numerous local traditional dishes.

Blera. Hazel Romana DOP 

The “Nocchie”, hazelnuts, are part of the Mediterranean diet and are the basis of many desserts such as “tozzetti”, the “ossetti da morto”, the “brutti ma buoni”, the “mostaccioli” in donuts and meringues, but also for meat dishes such as rabbit stew. Their consumption dates back to pre-Roman times and Read more…

Blera. Tuscia Olive Oil DOP

The DOP ‘Tuscia’ oil is produced from olives of the Frantoio, Leccino and Canino varieties. It has an emerald green color with golden highlights and a fruity smell reminiscent of healthy, fresh fruit, harvested at optimum ripeness. Its flavour is medium fruity with balanced bitter and spicy aftertaste.

Blera. Tarquinia DOC Wine

The cultivation of grapes in northern Lazio began with the Etruscans and was first documented in a fourth-century BC tomb in the necropolis of Molesino. You see a Faliscan ‘stamnos’ with black and red figures representing Dionysus and Oinopion, i.e. a rounded vase with two handles, with which the wine Read more…

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