Teatro delle Forme has taken this tradition by proposing a real review of Wine and Food Theater: the Sentiero diVino.1
Wine and Food Theater collects works aimed to "use" food as a tool to match again the threads of memory, to tell on stage our social and economic history, men’s lives (having a necessary and strong relationship with food) and all those moments when the community expressed itself through work and public life: vigils, ceremonies, parties, common working…

[1] That’s a play on words: in Italian language, “ Divino” means “ divine” and it is similar to “ Di vino”, which means “ of wine”.