As you sit on one of the tavern's benches and enjoy the tasty sandwich you've just bought, you'll have the chance to meet to all kinds of people; a small boy, a group of tourists, an elderly man looking to talk, a beautiful girl, a typical family and lastly a loud crew of youngsters.
"Ladies of Sangiovese” are a bunch of women, very capable and determined who, since their childhood, have developed a passion, knowledge and intimate connection with their homeland and its wine
Salt comes from water; a long process of evaporation where once it dries and appears on the surface, it may be harvested. The need for water limited the areas in which salt could be produced in addition to the fact that production processes weren't the same and as a consequence, even the quality of the product itself was different.
The story of one of the world's most famous Italian brands, as far as aperitifs go, began way back in 1828, almost two centuries ago, when in a family of farmers from the Lombardy-Piedmont countryside was born Gaspare Campari.
Just a few steps from the Duomo and the Palazzo della Ragione, strongholds of temporal and political power, adjacent to the Teatro Sociale and the University, Caffè Cavour 1880 has breathed the history and culture of Bergamo for over a century.