WWG Foundation connects three italian sceneries: Udine, San Gimignano (Siena) and Nettuno (Roma).

San Gimignano, Tuscany

The headquarter is in the heart of the historical medieval town in Piazza della Cisterna, the ancient square that once was site of shops and taverns, named after the imposing travertine well built in 1273. Through Piazza della Cisterna runs the famous Via Francigena, the ancient road and pilgrim route running from Canterbury (UK) to Rome. This route certainly had its role in the History of Gelato, contributing to its spread in Europe.

Nettuno, Rome

Where Sergio Colalucci lives and works in his Gelateria Caffetteria Colalucci.
A delightful town founded by the Romans and, in the Middle Ages, ruled by various noble families such as Orsini, Borgias, Colonnas, during the second world war it became the scenery of a famous allies landing. Nowadays, Nettuno is a seaside town loved by tourist for its marina and for its proximity to Rome’s wonders.


The legal head offices of WWG Foundation are in Udine, hometown of Giancarlo Timballo and his Gelateria.
Friuli Venezia Giulia is a border territory studded with beautiful historical town such as: Cividale del Friuli, through many centuries the Langobardic homeland; Aquileia, the second most influent city of the Roman Empire, today rich in exquisite relics; Trieste, the political capital and crucial commercial port; Udine, legend has it founded by Attila himself, famous for its magnificent Venetian architecture.