Set to open in September, the new $106 million Eataly World will be the world’s largest agri-food park, a sprawling complex of orchards, gardens and pastures, as well as six virtual reality experiences and 40 workshops in classrooms and theaters.The park, a project of upmarket Italian food emporium Eataly, is intended to reveal the secrets of Italy’s time-held culinary methods and traditions “from the field to the fork.”Eataly World will offer visitors a start-to-finish insight into everything from beer and wine production to cheese making and prosciutto dry-curing.Of the 2,000 producers and businesses involved in Eataly World, more than 30 percent are small artisanal companies, according to Primori, including Bolognese fresh pasta innovators SfogliAmo, 16th century Calabrian licorice producers Amarelli, and 17th century Abruzzo sugared almond makers William di Carlo.
NYS Entity Status
- Dissolution (Aug 02, 2013)
NYS Filing Date
JULY 15, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - ITALIAN WINE MAKERS, L.L.C.
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