The event takes its name from the ancient and traditional practice of harvesting late clusters of grape, called in the local dialect Rapulin. In the third weekend of October, after the efforts of the harvest, Calosso, in the UNESCO hills, will offer a wide choice of typical dishes accompanied by excellent wines. The suggestive atmosphere of the crotin, ancient cellars dug into the tuff under most of the houses in the historic center, will accompany visitors. The village will be enlivened by street artists and on Sunday a farm-to-table street market is on schedule too. On Sunday at 4pm, traditional grape crushing.