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Lake Garda Newsletter , Issue #003 -- October 2007 - Find out what's going on!
October 01, 2007
Welcome to the October Issue Newsletter! Included in this issue are all the major events going on at Lake Garda this month, as well as an update on what's new on our web site.
In "This Month's Topic", you're also going to find out all about our favorite wine in Italy....Bardolino!
Major Events going on at Lake Garda
There's always loads of stuff happening around the lake. October is a quieter time, but there are still some great events going on so make sure you check them out!
This is an exhibition worth checking out at Arco. It goes on from the 5th to the 7th of October.
An International Choir Competition at Riva del Garda that you should definitely get to if you're at Riva this month. It proposes 5 categories: traditional music, folklore and folkloristic performance, sacred music a cappella, sacred music and jazz, gospel and modern music. This happens from the 14th to the 18th October.
For all of you that are into biking, don't miss this one! It's the International MTB Competition going on at Limone sul Garda on the 21st October.
This is an exciting International Chess tournament taking place at Arco from the 20th-28th October.
The different types of Bardolino include:
Bardolino Classico DOC is produced on the east side of the lake, on a hilly
area that's covered by vines and olives. The particularly mild climate, coupled with exposure to
sunlight (both direct and reflected sunlight off the lake) allows the vines to produce the
wonderful grapes (corvina, molinara, rondinella, negrara) which form the base of Bardolino wine.
Bardolino wine accompanies the typical dishes of the area very well. It's lovely with the "risotto
con la tinca"
(rice with tench), the "bigoli in salsa" (pasta with fish sauce), pork and fowl.
If you're really into wine, particularly Bardolino wine, then you must go on the "Strada del Vino
Bardolino". This is a well-marked wine road which includes 46 aziendas and cantinas where
wines can be tasted and purchased. It meanders through several lakeside towns and the heart of the
Bardolino wine growing region.
A brochure with a map and listing of the stops can be picked up
at the tourist information center in
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