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26 August 2016

B&B and “Agriturismo” on Lake Garda

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Amazing views, amazing location, but mostly good food and good wine, the Italy confirms to be one of the favourite destinations of foreign nationals who choose Italy not only for their holidays. A foreigner out of three indeed dreams to live, considering the extraordinary and surprising Italy a country with many possibilities to start from scratch.

For anyone who was willing to invest in this sector, buying a property and opening an "agriturismo" or a B&B on Lake Garda, there are incentives and benefits both regional and national levels. The Italian Government has set up a special visa for foreigners who want to invest in Italy.

The production of local wines and typical products represents a great opportunity for the stranger who loves the Made in Italy and may even represent an important investment.

The excellent cuisine and the renowned quality of Italian wines are so loved by foreigners that bring them to dethrone even landmarks and bring tourists looking for lands and places from food and wine tours. This allowed disclosing and reassessing natural places and extremely evocative of Italian territory, such as Lombardy, which thanks to its Lakes, its lush vineyards and its fabulous wines, has become one of the most sought after last year. 

A respectable oenological region, that already given birth to 15 DOC wines. Lombardy wines cover a wide range, thanks to their territory. In fact, Lombardy produces around 1.3 million hectolitres of wine a year – that’s more than Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Marche, Trentino and even Umbria. Some fabulous still and sparkling white wines come from Lake Garda, like the Franciacorta DOCG sparkling wines – the most famous wines of this region, and ones in which international interest is already strong.

Wine experts reporting that Italian wine has taken off and evenBerry Bros & Rudd, a London-based wine merchant, reports a 60% growth in its sales of Italian wine over the last five years.