Originally from Nothern Italy and now an Italian short pasta classic, the Mezze Maniche rigate exalt even the thickest sauce. The external ridges and the round shape are perfect for adhering to condiments.
This pasta is IGP (Protected Geographic Indication) and bronze drawn, for an amazing texture and the always al dente cooking point.
Catarratto is the most ancient, and “common” grape variety, typical of the Sicilian territory, but becoming rare. It’s cultivated at Regaleali at over 900 meters above sea level for a unique aroma with hints of pink grapefruit.
A brilliant lemon-green, Antisa Catarratto explodes with ripe citrus and and stone fruit blossom. On the palate, the wine is crisp and firm with a pleasant broadness from the lees contact. A clean and balanced finish.
Excellent as an aperitivo or with seafood salad and a variety of first courses.
When it comes to the absolute best Italian snacks, none will leave your mouth watering quite like Cantuccini Alla Mandorla - a crisp almond biscotti straight from Italy.
These Tuscan biscuits are well-known and appreciated all over the world. Delicate and crisp, they\'re made using a traditional recipe of just a few ingredients including toasted almonds flavoured with natural vanilla. Ideal to enjoy at the end of a meal accompanied by a classic Tuscan Vin Santo or a good dessert wine. Also excellent with a cup of coffee or cappuccino or a refreshing cup of ice-cream.