Italy’s chocolate capital, Turin, is celebrating with its Cioccolato Chocolate Show running from March 25 until April 3. With more than 6,000 chocolate makers from all over the world, visitors can enjoy festivities including tasting, exhibits, tours and cooking courses.
Highlights include Monica Meschini, professional chocolate taster (who wouldn’t love that job?) leading groups to see chocolate artisans, the Museo Accorsi Ometto showing visitors how aristocrats indulged in hot chocolate and the Golden Gianduia Award presentation on April 2.
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