Sweet and savory flavors for a green recipe.
Bardi is a synonym for top-notch confectionery, just like panettone: tall, rich in raisins and candied fruits, buttery, naturally leavened. It wouldn't be Christmas without it.
Negroamaro is a grape variety native to Apulia, that is rediscovering a new youth. It's a well-structured red wine with a persistent finish. It pairs great with meat, roasts and mild cheeses.
Bardi does not only mean top-notch panettone. Under this label we can find new specialities, such as this soft chocolate nougat. A worldwide known star of Italian confectionery.
The search for original flavors drives artisans like Luchino to offer chocolate from a single territory, to select particular sugars, for refined tastes. Plus gluten free.
Carnaroli rice "con la gemma" from the Vercelli rice mill Gli Aironi is a rice with reduced bleaching and light milling so as to keep the internal gem intact, the part richest in nutrients and flavour.
This granular cheese origins date back to the year 1000 and it is one of the Italian dairy art prides. It is great as an appetizer, during meals or as an healthy and nutrient-dense snack.
Friarielli are a classic green vegetable widely used and appreciated in Southern Italy, Campania and Molise, for soups and side dishes. The cream is used for pizza, as a sauce for pasta, on bread.
A typical crunchy baked product from Apulia, simple but with a unique taste. Just water, wheat flour and extra virgin olive oil. They perfectly combine with grana or pecorino cheese and with an aromatic red wine.
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