“Paraloup” means “shelter from the wolves” in Occitan, and it is the name of an alpine village located in the Stura Valley.
In 2006, the Nuto Revelli Foundation decided to acquire and recover it to create and make a physical and dynamic place available to the community as the witness of a double memory: that of the partisan resistance and that of rural mountain life. From there, the pastoral revival project started with Gian Vittorio Porasso, who arrived in the village in June with his 140 Roccaverano goats. We will taste their cheese with the wines of the Hilberg-Pasquero and Il Bosseto wineries and with Baladin’s Elixir beer. Some UNISG students also collaborated to promote the project and will tell us about their experience. Speaking of UNISG students, how could we not ask our friends at Forno Brisa, founded by two former students and now present in Bologna with four stores, to join this party with their bread. This aperitif couldn’t get any better than this!
Paraloup is not just a mountain village but a cultural centre that offers social and tourist services.
Forno Brisa produces its own cereals, with which it creates the most famous bakery products in Bologna. It was born in 2015 from the dream of the two former UNISG students Davide Sarti and Pasquale Polito.
Cost € 8 (Slow Food member 6€). Booking and payment directly at the stand.
Event languages: IT, EN
Piazza Spreitenbach - Bra (Italy)