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Lanciano, 21, 22 e 23 august 2015

Auditorium Diocleziano, Piazza Plebiscito

From 18.00 to 24.00
exhibition of Lanciano sparkling wines
wine tasting sessions
free tours of archaeological Lanciano

Restaurant of old town centre

(see details)
From 20.00 to 23.00 special menus paired with sparkling wines

Old town centre

Churches, monuments and Diocesan Museum open until 24.00
Performances, concerts and exhibitions by:
LogoAmiciLancianoVecchia
* Amici di Lancianovecchia (guided tour to St. Giovanni tower)


LogoAdriaticaCabaret* Adriatica Cabaret (Final show of "Festival Nazionale Adriatica Cabaret" - XV Edition - Torri Montanare 20/22 august)

 

LogoSbandieratoriMusici* Sbandieratori e Musici di Lanciano (concert, exhibition e performances - Piazza Plebiscito)

 

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Wine tasting sessions

Every day at Auditorium Diocleziano (Piazza Plebiscito)

Tasting glass + 3 tasting tickets: € 5

Choice of three samples within the whole range of sparkling wines:

  • Extra Dry, white and rosé;
  • Brut white;
  • Abruzzo DOC, white and rosé;
  • "36"Abruzzo DOC Metodo Classico.

A professional sommelier will be happy to advise and help you finding your elective affinity with 100% Abruzzo Sparkling!

4 tasting tickets (for whom has already got the glass): €5

Guided tasting: € 8

Duration: 20 minutes

A journey through four different sparkling wines 100% Abruzzo. A way to help you discovery differences between types of fizz, not only in terms of taste, but also with hints about of production methods and history of bubbles.
A way to approach the world of sparkling wine in a convivial and joyful environment!
Organised by Eredi Legonziano

Ask inside for guided tastings in English (minimum number ofparticipants: 5)

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FREE TOUR OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL LANCIANO

On 21, 22 and 23 august from 18.00 to 23.00 free tour of archaeological Lanciano and of the Lancianonovecchia quarter scheduled every hour starting from Auditorium Diocleziano; the itinerary is the following:

The Diocletian Bridge

The first bridge was built and intended to go beyond the Pietrosa valley which has been found in archaeological excavation digs in the Cathedral in 1785 and handed down to us by the historian Omobono Bocache, who tells us of a Roman bridge built by the Senate and the people of Anxanum which they dedicated to Diocletian. The majestic structure that today we can admire is a complex series of work carried out between the 13th and 14th centuries. The primitive chapel is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. In 1513, the second bridge was built next to the other one. In 1520 it was covered by vaults so; the upper level was expanded to the church of the Madonna del Ponte.

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