Our delicious dairy-free basil pesto is rich in nutrients thanks to its artisan recipe. DOP* certified.
The complex selection behind each ingredient is the key to pesto\'s great taste and only Italy does it properly. Here, the basil used is DOP certified, cultivated in the producer La Malva Rosa\'s own land. Also, thanks to an exclusive recipe, they are the only producer to make a pesto without cooking the basil. This means that it tastes much more fresh and doesn\'t lose any of its minerals or extensive health benefits. It has a shelf-life of 24 months and it does not contain preservatives. Try it with linguine pasta (although almost any pasta shape will do), or use it to enrich your soup, salads or potatoes. It\'s even ideal with cherry tomatoes and mozzarella to prepare an Italian caprese. *DOP: DOP is short for Denominazione di Origine Protetta (literally “Protected Designation of Origin”). This certification ensures that products are locally grown and packaged, using traditional method.
Tired of the classic Pancetta and looking for new flavours? It\'s time to try the beef spicy pancetta!
The Pancetta Arrotalata is a cured meat obtained from the cow’s belly. The meat is salted for a short period of time, then washed in running water, preserved with pepper and natural flavourings, aged and smoked naturally. This product comes in vacuum pack.
A refreshingly light, crisp beer. Ideal for Summer. Characterised by a fine head with a clear appearance and straw-like colour. An ideal accompaniment to full flavoured first courses and medium aged cheeses.
With its moderate carbonation, light body and moderate bitterness, it is easy to drink and versatile to pair with food. In particular, the fourth variety of hops enhances the hoppy taste and strengthens the head. The raw materials are water, barley malt, glucose syrup and hops. Poretti 4 Luppoli Originale has a medium alcohol volume (5.5% Vol); it should be served at a temperature of between 6-8 °C.
Genuine melt-in-your-mouth Mortadella with pistachios, freshly sliced. Bologna’s signature salume, with a rich taste and a tender texture.
Mortadella is not just a salume, but rather an institution. Hailing from the food rich town of Bologna, Romans apparently used to grind pork with spices in a mortar. The term mortar gets its name from the Latin word murtatum (which means ground meat in a mortar), and is often thought to be the origin of the word mortadella. These days, traditional mortadella is still made from finely minced pork, using traditional techniques and high quality ingredients. The addition of Pistachios up the ante to ultimate indulgence. Try these thinly sliced pieces with some fresh sourdough bread and a slice of Pecorino cheese. Life won\'t be the same anymore... This product comes in vacuum pack.
The lactose-free version of one of Italy\'s most sought after exports. So you don\'t have to skip the good stuff.
Continue to enjoy your favourite Italian dishes with this lactose-free version of Italian Buffalo Mozzarella. The producer states that \'the use of milk produced in our own farms provides a system of total traceability, that begins with feeding the buffalo and ends in our mozzarella, as we aim to establish a strong trust with our customers. All of our products also undergo regular inspections at all stages of production at our internal analysis lab.\' Before eating mozzarella, immerse it (while still in the packet) in a bowl of warm water for 20 minutes to release all its flavours.
The King of the cheeses with hundreds of different uses. DOP* certified.
Considered by some to be the greatest cheese on earth, the King of Italian cheeses has a rich, nutty yet delicate flavour, and real Parmigiano-Reggiano is so much more than just your ordinary table condiment. From the middle ages to present day, this delicious cheese owns its title, and must meet certain requirements to earn its name. It can only be made in a specific designated region of Italy, from high quality pastures and milk, produced using the same artisanal methods that have remained unchanged for seven centuries. Its natural aging process and the complete absence of preservatives, additives or colouring agents help to place Parmigiano as undeniably one of the world\'s greatest cheeses. Grana means grainy, which explains Parmigiano\'s unrivalled texture, which can be eaten hundreds of different ways. Nibble of delicious chunks of it alone, or perhaps drizzled with balsamic vinegar, grate over a carpaccio, or eat for dessert with pears. Its texture and flavour can also be included in risottos, pastas and salads, making real, good quality Italian Parmigiano the perfect kitchen investment. *DOP: DOP is short for Denominazione di Origine Protetta (literally “Protected Designation of Origin”). This certification ensures that products are locally grown and packaged, using traditional method. This product comes in vacuum pack.
Guanciale is a cut of meat from the throat of the pig salted with herbs and spices, before leaving it to mature for about 3 months.
A deli meat with a characteristically dense consistency. A classic ingredients for two main Italian-recipes: Amatriciana and Carbonara pasta. Also try it with polenta or with truffle. This product comes in vacuum pack.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fresh, fruity and perfect as an aperitif. DOC* Certified.
"Il Fresco" Prosecco Brut has a fine, persistent perlage, and a fruity, flowery aroma with hints of ripe golden apple and small mountain flowers. The dry, fresh and flavoursome sensation on the palate is followed by a fruity aftertaste. Citrus and melon aromas fill the nose with hints of fruit trees and a touch of vanilla. *DOC stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata (Denomination of Controlled Origin). A wine marked DOC is produced in a specific, well-defined region in Italy, according to defined wine making rules that are designed to preserve local traditions.
A very aromatic but delicately flavored dry-cured ham. It\'s excellent when thinly sliced for use as deli sandwich meat or as a nice complement to a main dish or as a pizza topping!
Prosciutto cotto literally means cooked ham in Italian. It is the most commonly used deli product in Italy. It is also very low in sodium. The uses of the prosciutto cotto are as many as the uses of ham with sandwiches and pizzas being most common. Lactose-free and Gluten-free! This product comes in vacuum pack.
Probably one of the most popular pasta shapes, these long, thin spaghetti are extremely versatile and go with any kind of sauce, from meat to fish.
Thanks to bronze drawing this Spaghetti are rough to the touch thus holding very well the sauce, for an explosion of flavour.
The first mention of “Spaghetti” comes from the 1819th first Italian dictionary by Niccolò Tommaseo and Bernardo Bellini, where is described as ’a pasta thin as a twine’
The traditional Neapolitan recipe for this pasta is with clams
Cossu Pecorino is a hard cheese ripened for six months.
"Pecorino Romano" is a unique cheese, made in the traditional way and guaranteed by the quality Mark of the ""Pecorino Romano Consortium. A cheese with Protected Designation of Origin (P.D.O.), made with full-cream, thermised sheep\'s milk and ripened for at least 6 months. In particular, consumers appreciate it for the balance achieved among flavor, aroma, texture and digestibility, a unique blend resulting from expert processing, dry salting and ripening, complying with the true Sardinian cheese-making tradition. This product comes in vacuum pack.
This Pasta from the gulf of Genova, born to to be the other half of an amazing pesto alla genovese dish, is best paired with vegetable and fish sauces.
The flat shape and the rough texture are great to hold delicate and gentle flavours.
We suggest serving the Linguine al Pesto adding a bit of fresh pomodorini (tomatoes) that will add colour and texture to the dish.
San Daniele Prosciutto is a fine ham, unique for its sweet and delicate taste. It can be considered Italy\'s most precious type of Italian charcuterie along side with the Prosciutto di Parma.
Prosciutto di San Daniele is produced only in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. The secret to its famously good taste? The exceptional micro climate here in the hilly area around the town of San Daniele, where winds blow down from the Alps to meet the breezes coming in from the Adriatic Sea. This optimum environment and age-old maturing techniques combine to give Prosciutto di San Daniele its natural trademark taste and texture, which keeps perfectly without requiring any preservatives. This product comes in vacuum pack.
These penne will bring to your table all the flavour of the ripe wheat.
The texture obtained through bronze drawing is accentuated by the finerighe (lines) and will hold the sauce like no other pasta.
Thanks to the high quality of the ingredients, the al dente cooking point is guaranteed.
The traditional recipe for this pasta is with a spicy tomato sauce, but you can try it with as many other sauces as you like, including pesto!
The highest quality Prosciutto ham from Parma, Emilia Romagna.
The natural landscape of Parma, a hilly setting with salty, fresh winds from the sea, combined with the age-old curing techniques provide prosciutto with its distinct sweet and nutty flavour. Delicious served as it is, or with slivers of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. Interesting pairing with buffalo mozzarella. Also try it with fruit, melon or figs. This product comes in vacuum pack.
Full-cream Cow’s milk Cheese, matured for at least 20 days
The colour is white or pale straw yellow, it is characterised by marked and new milk; it is delicate and pleasant and melts in the mouth leaving an irresistible sweet and slightly acidulous flavour. Asiago cheese originates on the Asiago Plateau, in a place surrounded by nature where the mild climate, the healthy air, the pure water and the rich vegetation provide the pastures with the nutritious elements most suited for the production of a genuine milk that becomes a healthy and produced following a strict procedure. Behind Asiago PDO there are a traditions that are maintained and enriched every day. Asiago Cheese is excellent for snacking, for serving with crusty breads, or for melting over various dishes. This product comes in vacuum pack.
With under 3% fat and high energy and proteins, Bresaola is the deli meat of choice for athletes and people who love to stay healthy.
Bresaola is obtained from a muscular cut of meat from the cow\'s haunch, which is trimmed and salted before being left to dry and mature. This product comes in vacuum pack.
A soft, melt-in-the-mouth cheese that perfectly expresses the natural flavour and aromatics of a good quality milk.
Also known simply as Crescenza, Stracchino (also known as Crescenza) is characterised by a delicate yet velvety taste, full of the natural flavour and aromatics of a good quality cow milk. It is a soft cheese, with a smooth, almost paste, consistency. Spread it on crostini, or melt it into a grilled sandwich or into a cream sauce over pasta.
It is an original salami produced in the region of Milan, using pork, pepper and various spices. Soft texture and pleasantly mild taste.
This salami is prepared according with to a traditional recipe using meat that has been finely minced to the consistency of rice grains. This product comes in vacuum pack.
Prosecco Cartizze is undoubtedly the most prestigious variety of Prosecco. DOCG* Certified.
Cartizze is a small hilly area with 106 hectares of vineyard lying between the districts of Santo Stefano and S. Pietro di Barbozza in the municipality of Valdobbiadene. Within such area lies \'La Rivetta\' vineyard owned by Villa Sandi. A true cru that is the result of a perfect combination between a gentle microclimate and a very old land with calcareous sandstones and clays. Bright straw yellow with intense and persistent perlage. Fruity aroma after yellow apples and exotic citrus fruits. Fresh fragrance, dry and tart, but pleasantly soft. DOCG* Certification: This classification denotes the highest quality recognition for Italian wines. In addition to the conditions required for DOC, the wines must be "guaranteed" by passing an analysis and a tasting by government-licensed personnel before being bottled. Also, DOCG rules reduce the allowable yield of grapes to produce the wine, limit specific alcohol levels, and minimum aging requirements.
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