From Roman outpost to a gourmet destination: Baldichieri to taste.
Baldichieri d’Asti stands in a hilly position in the north of Astigiano.
It is about 12 km from Asti, the provincial capital.
Baldichieri d'Asti was a Roman outpost as early as the 1st century AD.
On the site now occupied by the municipal cemetery once stood the medieval castle of Baldichieri d'Asti.
The castle and the village were destroyed in 1553 by the French, together with the castles of Tigliole and Camerino.
Food and wine and typical products.
Home to important manufacturing, industrial, artisan and commercial settlements, Baldichieri d'Asti is known for the excellent quality of its meats and wines, including Barbera d'Asti and Freisa d'Asti.
The authenticity of local products is enhanced in the area's most characteristic dishes.
To be seen.
Buildings of major historical and artistic interest include the eighteenth-century town hall, the parish Church of St. Second (Chiesa di San Secondo) and the Church of St. Second (c/o Remembrance Park) - Chiesa di San Secondo (c/o Parco della Rimembranza).
The decree granting the coat of arms of the town of Baldichieri d'Asti is perhaps one of the oldest still preserved in the province of Asti.
Of particular interest are the signatures, at the bottom, of King Vittorio Emanuele and the then head of government Benito Mussolini.
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- Cover image source: Provincia di Asti - https://www.provincia.asti.it
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