A hamper full of good stuff to be shared with friends.
Rediscover the pleasures of the table.
Bardi is a synonym for top-notch confectionery, just like short panettone, in a new version, with chocolate.
Sgambelluri bakery, located in Siderno (Calabria - Southern Italy) combines white and dark chocolate with fruits of the region, creating tasty specialities to be enjoyed on festive days, like these unforgettable crunchy nougats.
Chocolate in all of its kinds pairs with hazelnuts and almonds. Di Iorio keeps the great Italian pastry tradition alive.
A classical Piedmont praline, consisting of a crunchy dark chocolate shell that contains a soft filling of cocoa and liquor: it combines the sweet creaminess of chocolate with the alcoholic strength of liquor. A praline that made Cuneo famous.
Gubana is a traditional cake of Friuli Venezia Giulia, produced by a artisan company acquired, renewed and revamped by Dok Dall'Ava brand.
Soft amaretti are one of the many specialities of Piedmont bakery, in this version sweetened by candied orange. North and South join up.
Feudi dares to propose a metodo classico version of this wine from Naples region, Campania. Interesting, scented and sapid, it is the ideal aperitif but also great during the meal.
Roccafiore winery is located in the green heart of Italy, Umbria, in an enchanting location. Fiordaliso is the name of their white wine produced with local Grechetto grapes. It has bouquets of white flowers, pleasant pink grapefruit and green apple notes. For light hors d’oeuvres and fish.
Brunello di Montalcino is a herald of Tuscany in the world: it made a small village into one of the most popular tourist spots in Italy. It is an intense red wine, fruity, ideal for both meat and cheese.
In the furthest spot of the Italian Peninsula, Foresta Forte produces Optimus, an Extra Virgin Olive Oil with grass and almond scents. Ideal for Italian recipes!
The witty packaging reminding of a pot contains the unique spaghettoni (thick spaghetti) by Benedetto Cavalieri, a historical pasta factory.
From the Michelin-Starred Osteria di Amerigo to the range offered by Dispensa, all the products are strictly linked with the Emilian tradition. This Meat Ragù produced with local beef and pork is perfect with both pasta and rice.
This mousse is prepared with Tropea Onions, typically sweet, and is great paired with meat, cheese, cured meat and fish. A modest vegetable has become the image of the gastronomy of a Region.
Martin Speck is a guarantee of quality for what concerns South Tyrol specialities. The products are selected with great attention and sometimes they are not easy to be found, like this Stravecchio Cheese (Similar to grana, with a slightly crumbly, grainy texture).
A must of Italian gastronomy, a symbol of a genuine lifestyle. An exceptional brand from Friuli.
An ancient legume, so rich in proteins that it represents the perfect substitute for meat. Traditionally used as a side dish with cured meats, lentils mean good luck and prosperity
This brand well represents all the specialities of the Emilian tradition, just like the cotechino, a pork sausage stuffed in casing that is traditionally eaten on new year's eve. A dish that enriches winters table.
Mostarda di Voghera has its roots in a well known tradition of preservation, according to ancient recipes. It is great with roasts and boiled meat.
Bettina is an all-female company always proposing new ideas, like this savoury line, perfect as an appetizer or as a snack. Cheese, corn and onion: a flavour trio.
This sauce is produced by "I Contadini" using vegetables grown with the open-field system - olives, capers, tomatoes, onion, all coming from Apulia. It is great to garnish canapès, for pasta or rice or even as a side dish.