Padova Italy, Where the Sweetness Began

Saturday, October 25, 2014

      You all know I have a sweet tooth. If you're following me on Instagram, I'm sure you've seen my posts showcasing my favorite chocolates to date. Most of them came from Saudi Arabia and US. I know there's a lot of cities where the purest and most creamy types of chocolates have originated. One of the example of this is where the sweetness of Villa Del Conte Artisanal chocolates began. 

     In between Venice and Verona lies the oldest city in Northern Italy – Padova. It is surrounded by the picturesque views of Brenta River, the Ventian Plain, and Euganaean Hills. Tucked in these great sceneries are arcaded streets leading to large communal plazas. To know more about the history of Padova Italy, click CONTINUE and smile!
Padova Italy, Where the Sweetness Began
    Through the years, Padova was able to preserve its romantic ambience with architectural landmarks like the Scrovegni Chapel that houses remarkable frescoes, and the Basilica di Sant’Antonio de Padova that is splendidly decorated with carved marbles, sculptural works, and gothic details.     

     Padova also shelters Donatello’s equestrian statue of General Gattamelata and the Prato della Valle, which is considered one of the biggest elliptical squares in Europe. A line of 78 statues surrounding a wide garden is another sight to behold. With citizens and tourists strolling around the plazas day and night, one can notice the tranquil lifestyle in Padova.

     Amongst the crowded areas, a small, idyllic town nestles in the heart of Padova, Italy called Villa del Conte. It is where ancient legacies dwell, and soon became the home of world-class artisanal chocolates. 

     The making of the finest cioccolato in Villa del Conte began in the hands of Nazzareno Cattapan. Eventually, his exceptional recipe was passed on to the following generations. Preserving this legacy today is the third-generation chocolate connoisseur Enrico Nazzareno. 
Padova Italy, Where the Sweetness Began
     For 81 years, Villa del Conte has been making exceptional chocolates especially made by their artisans. Using only handpicked cacao beans shaped to perfection, one can easily notice and taste the masterpiece of authentic Italian tradition.

     In addition to being a city of fine arts, religion, architecture, and academe, Padova has truly made its mark in the history as the place where premium chocolates are made from. This is where the sweetness started. For decades now, Villa del Conte chocolates have been delighting the hearts of many people in and out of Italy. 
Press Release: Padova Italy, Where the Sweetness Began
Villa Del Contes Century City Mall branch

     Villa del Conte opens sixth branch at Century City Mall. Century City Mall is now home to premium artisanal chocolates from Padova, Italy as Villa del Conte opens its sixth store at the first floor of the mall, by the main entrance. Offering a wide range of luscious treats like praline balls, praline sticks, truffles, domes, bars, and ovicinis, the new Villa del Conte stall relives true Italian tradition when it comes to perfecting the art of chocolate.

     Take home a sweet piece of Padova in a box of fine chocolates. Visit Villa Del Conte stores at Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Greenbelt 5, Century City Mall, Alabang Town Center, Robinson’s Magnolia, or Resorts World Manila. For bulk orders of Villa del Conte chocolates, please contact 893-2575 or 621-6101. 

To know more about Villa del Conte, go to http://www.villadelcontecioccolato.com/
 For updates, follow them on Facebook: VillaDelContePh and Twitter: VilladelConte

1 comment

  1. I love their chocolates! I get my stash in their branch at Alabang Town Center :D

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