Amorland was born in 2015 from a dream of Massimo Belforte (marketing manager) and Elisa Urbano (forestry engineer) who, after a battle won from Elisa against cancer and the beginning of a new project with the birth of their 3 children, decided to change direction in their life. Looking for a place where to live in contact with nature they found an old small village lost into the forest surrounded from oaks and chestnuts and full of human traditional artifacts (i.e. terracing). Then, they decided to bring it to new life just by realizing a particular and unique kind of farm that doesn’t weight on the nature, but increases biodiversity and the state of health of nature land in that corner of paradise.

Amorland is an AgriEthiCultural Farm, with animals, in particular an ancient black pigs breed, grown free in the forest and gardens with vegetables, herbs and fruits cultivated with practices of Natural and Organic Agricolture, without chemical or mechanized supports.

In Amorland we take care of a wonderful, magic, but also fragile, corner of paradise between the mountains of Aosta Valley, in North West of Italy, doing that we produce tasty and healthy foods with a mix of ancient practices and innovation. Amorland doesn’t want to be a mausoleum just to see or to read about, but an example of living mountain in which humans and nature can live and profitably cooperate.

Contacts

Phone:+393929128982

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Fraz. Bonavesse, 7
11020 Arnad (AO)
Italia
  • Creme d’Arnad: a lard pate of black pigs grown wild in the woodlands of Arnad, Aosta Valley, Western Alps, self-fed with acorns and chestnuts.
  • Bon gourmande: a salami of black pigs grown wild in the woodlands of Arnad, Aosta Valley, Western Alps, self-fed with acorns and chestnuts. Amorland Bon Gourmande is already cooked, eatable cold or warm.
  • Bon cuit: a cooked salami of black pigs grown wild in the woodlands of Arnad, Aosta Valley, Western Alps, self-fed with acorns and chestnuts. Amorland Bon Cuit has been cooked for more than 2 hours, to taste it better it takes to put it in water with its bag and make it boil for 20 minutes.
  • Bon roustique: a salami of black pigs grown wild in the woodlands of Arnad, Aosta Valley, Western Alps, self-fed with acorns and chestnuts for more than 80% of their needs, with a rustic flavor.
  • Laurus: a liqueur made with leaves of laurel harvest at an altitude of 1200 mt. Amorlan Laurus is a digestive liqueur with a delicate flavor almost sweet, perfect at the end of a rich meal.

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