Open the package that holds all these delicacies is always an exciting experience, to be shared with loved ones.
Polenta, one of the simplest dishes in Italian cuisine, is always a winter menu staple. Made from organically grown corn, it provides an additional guarantee of ancient authenticity.
A family raised with the goal of preserving the taste of raw ingredients. With their pickled vegetables, they transform seasonal vegetables to achieve the highest quality.
An artisanal salami producer in Tuscany carefully crafts its products, like the lard aged in marble vats, very close to those of Carrara. It has a uniquely smooth texture.
"Alla cafona," meaning in a rustic manner, following the recipes of the past. With olive oil, aromatic herbs, these artichokes are perfect as an appetizer.
An Italian excellence with balanced flavor. Expert hands have transformed meat and salt into a masterpiece of delicacy. A pride of the Friuli land.
A young and dynamic artisanal company, deeply rooted in tradition but innovative and environmentally conscious. From the heart of Valtellina and the Alps, a jam prepared with wine and onions.
Since 1955, Caseificio Busti has been guaranteeing quality. The cheese is made using sheep, goat, and cow milk. The result ages inside the ancient cave in the village of Lari in Tuscany.
Selected and packaged entirely by hand, Sapori di Montagna's porcini mushrooms retain all their taste and texture characteristics once rehydrated.
Boniviri has a single mission: to create social and environmental value through food. For their Carbon Neutral oil, CO2 emissions generated along the supply chain are offset with reforestation projects.
Fine, fruity, fragrant, with intense ruby color: it's one of the many expression of Sangiovese in the land of Brunello. A wine that complements the entire meal and favors meats and cold cuts.
At the foothills of the Asolo Hills lies Cantina Montelliana, a cooperative of 400 winemakers. A rosé that expresses freshness and elegance with fine bubbles. It pairs well with fish dishes.
Terredora is located in Irpinia, where some of the oldest native grape varieties are cultivated. This wine, made from Fiano grapes, is fresh, aromatic, and mineral. Ideal with risottos and shellfish.
Apulia has a great tradition in the world of baking, something Alda is helping to rediscover. An assortment of fine pastries to be enjoyed with a good cup of tea.
In 1992, the story of La Perla di Torino began, which now showcases the excellence of Italian chocolate. The traditional truffle is made with white chocolate and hazelnuts, creating a sublime taste.
An artisanal chocolate made unique by high-altitude aging. The smooth bar is made with fine white chocolate, covered in pistachio grains. Its unique Christmas ball shape makes it stand out!
A historical company producing high-quality organic eggs. A return to the authentic tastes of Piedmontese tradition. Enjoy it on its own as a dessert, cold with fresh fruit, or on ice cream.
A symbol of artisan sweetness, it's full of raisins and candied fruit. Naturally leavened, it's soft, highly digestible, and has unique flavors. The classic Christmas recipe.
Thanks to its characteristics – low stickiness, perfect cooking resistance, grain compactness and a high percentage of starch – this rice is ideal for making risottos. A true excellence!
A delightful baked product still prepared in an artisanal way with genuine ingredients: perfect to replace bread or for appetizers.
Bardi means not only panettone. New specialties also bear these signatures, such as the crumbly nougat covered in dark chocolate. A protagonist on the Christmas table.
This gift contributes to guaranteeing over 5000 meals to children welcomed with their mothers in welcoming communities in Italy, thanks to the "Fame di Mamma" project by the Ai.Bi association.