Torino’s Simposio: the gallery

Here, you will find all the extra content related to Torino’s Simposio: pictures, curiosities, anecdotes, and more!


Choose between two Piedmontese artists, both amazing, both perfect for a Turinese home dinner or background music for your solo Vermouth moment. Spotify links!

Fred Buscaglione

Paolo Conte, by the way, his concert at Turin’s Venaria is worth a place of honor in your jazzy vynil collection! (here’sthe Amazon affiliate link).

Giorgio Conte, Paolo’s brother, wrote one of my favorite songs on my Wine & Vynils playlist: Gnè Gnè.

Lidia Poët

Her portrait:

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Watch the “romanticized” Netflix show:

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Turin’s Fashion

Lady Dresses from the Corriere Delle Dame (1800s Italian Fashion Magazine)

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Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca with his Borsalino hat

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Persol’s iconic Protectors

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Persol’s 649 for Torino’s tram drivers

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Count Cavour

A face to the story

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Fancy up your Vermouth experience: light up your citrus zest! See how in this YouTube video (minute 5.20).

Vintage Vermouth Ads!

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Italian Futurists

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Torino’s Santopalato


Fillia (Luigi Colombo), Mistero Aereo

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Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

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Zang Tumb Tumb

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Italian Futurists

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the “clock” at Caffè Mulassano

Italian Pride

The Turinese neurologist Rita Levi Montalcini won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1986.

A quote:
“Meglio aggiungere la vita ai giorni che non i giorni alla vita”, Rita Levi Montalcini

“Better to add life to days than days to life”, Rita Levi Montalcini


If you’re planning a visit and are looking for a guide, I highly recommend Guide Borgianen!


When I won our family Fanta-Masterchef, I had no doubt what my prize would be: a tasting box born from the collaboration of a Turinese chocolatier and a Vermouth historic maker! You can order yours here!

The beautiful card that accompanied it represents the imaginary Gianduja tree, a hybrid of cocoa and hazelnut trees.