Over the years, Autogrill has created concepts linking the Group to the world of design: another way to respond to the current trends, which show that consumers are looking for engaging experiences with plenty of sensory stimulation. This confirms the Group’s inclination to bringing innovation to the places where customers can have an experience that includes both food & design.
In the coming months, a Terrazza Aperol will also be opened at the Dusseldorf airport after the success recorded with its first opening at the beginning of the summer in 2012, in Milan, inside the Autogrill Duomo Store. It is an exclusive location, a prestigious showcase overlooking Piazza Duomo, designed in cooperation with the Campari group. Terrazza Aperol offers a wide range of aperitifs and cocktails, while for lunch customers can enjoy a glocal menu with international and local recipes.
Inaugurated at the beginning of 2013 inside the Roma Fiumicino airport, RossoIntenso is a wine&food bar stemming from the international Beaudevin concept, dedicated to wine and food lovers, already present in international locations such as the Brussels airport, the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, Chicago O’Hare, Miami and Charlotte Douglas airports in the United States.
A consumption experience intended for airport customers who would like to take a break and relax in a pleasant environment, RossoIntenso is designed as an elliptical space, open along its whole perimeter, which creates an informal but elegant and genial ambience. The offering is composed of deli specialties (cold cuts, fish carpaccio, cheeses), all in plain view, so that the customer is free to combine a “tasting mosaic” according to his/her wishes. All the products are sourced from selected suppliers, who guarantee freshness, accurate processing, respect for the environment and high quality. Lastly, the wine list offers a choice of over 35 wines, all from the vineyards of the Zonin family, winemakers since 1821. The entire team working at RossoIntenso was trained at the Montemassi (Grosseto) estate, where they are instructed in winemaking and the territory.