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At the foot of the Pavia hills, Broni, where wine is poetry

Broni, an ancient village in the Oltrepò Pavese area, is located in the middle of an area that produces red and white wines appreciated all over the world.

So it should come as no surprise that his town has strong ties to winemaking. Along the Gourmet Food and Wine Trail of Oltrepò Pavese you will also come across this renowned winemaking town where wine enthusiasts participate in tastings held throughout the village's wineries.

A popular event with wine lovers is the OltrepòWine Festival, held in Broni in September. During the festival a wide array of activities are held throughout the day dedicated to the local wines and the territory just waiting to be discovered.

 

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