It represents one of the most important, characteristic and tasty moments of the tourist program of Palazzuolo on Senio. In October, and therefore with the arrival of autumn, the border village between Tuscany and Romagna will be at the center of a series of meetings, precisely on Sundays of the 6, 13, 20 and 27, in which the undisputed protagonist will be the Marrone, in particular the Mugello Brown IGP. Four traditional appointments with the "Sagra del Marrone and the fruits of the undergrowth“, Dedicated to one of the most delicious, sought after and exquisite local products. On Sundays it will also be possible to find mushrooms, truffles, fruits of the undergrowth, raw and processed which will be exhibited, sold and tasted in a varied and fragrant exhibition-market set up in the heart of the medieval village.

This one in Palazzuolo is an opportunity to satisfy the palate and spend hours of great serenity, favored by the Palazzuolese hospitality, by the possibility of personally collecting the product in the chestnut groves, by the country atmosphere cheered by music, Folklore e stand food. The musical program foresees for Sunday 6, with a repeat also on 20, the performance of Basterdjazz, on Sunday 13 the singer-songwriter Brian V while on Sunday 27 will be the turn of Andy May. The 6 and 27 Sundays will be present to animate the days also at Walking farm of Red.

Every Sunday, starting with 11, in pia IV Novembre and viale Ubaldini the market exhibition will be set up. Always in the square it will be possible to find the food stand with retail proposals of products based on brown, and not only, such as cake, castagnaccio, tortellini, sweets, gnocchi and meat. There will of course be no lack of the famous and traditional tortelli, ribollita and other autumn delicacies such as steaming roasted chestnuts and mulled wine.

The "Mugello Brown”, Which boasts the IGP brand, represents the most important of this infinite variety of specialties of the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines. A fruit that even today, as in the past centuries, is cultivated without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Genuine flavors that can be found and tasted even in restaurants and local farms along with game, polenta and the many typical dishes of the autumn season.