The Pecorino Sardo PDO is a hard, aged cheese, typical of Sardinia The principal characteristic of this cheese lies in the raw materials: it is produced using exclusively whole sheep’s milk from sheep that graze on natural pastures.
Valtellina is an alpine valley in Lombardy, Northern Italy, bordering Switzerland. Together with Valchiavenna, it is a historical producer of beef Bresaola, the leanest and healthiest among the Italian salumi (cured meats).
This PGI-certified Bresaola is made by spicing and air-curing only the best part of the beef topside.
The Caciocavallo Ragusano PDO is a pasta filata cheese typical from Sicily. The particularity of this cheese lies in the raw materials used and in its processing: made from raw cow’s milk, obtained through a spinning process using hot water at 70-80ºC. We recommend that you try it on its own or as an ingredient in typical local dishes.
The Capocollo is a traditional Italian and Corsican cured meat, made with the meat close to the pork’s neck. This Capocollo is from Cinta Senese pigs, which are bred free-range specifically in the Siena province; their meat is tasty and have a small amount of fat compared to most Italian breeds.
Chorizo is a salami made from pork meat, typical of Spain. The main feature of this product is its processing: a paste of grossly minced pork meat mixed with paprika and then left to dry in the open for 2 months.
The Ibérico loin is a piece of meat typical from Spain. The main feature of this product is its processing: a paste of pork meat mixed with paprika, garlic and spices and then left to dry in the open for 3 months.
The Pecorino Romano PDO is a cooked, hard cheese, typical of the Lazio region. This cheese is produced exclusively with fresh, whole sheep’s milk and lamb’s curd. It is the famous protagonist of Central Italy’s cuisine and ideal to taste on its own or as an ingredient of many dishes of the local traditional cuisine.
The Pecorino from Pienza is a hard sheep cheese produced in the Pienza region in the Sienese territory. The main feature of this product is its ageing process, which takes place in oak caskets for about 90 days. We recommend to taste it on its own or accompanied by honey.
The Prosciutto from Norcia PGI is a cured ham produced in the province of Norcia, Umbria. The characteristic feature of this product is its main ingredient: only Italian pigs with hind legs weighing more than 8.5 kg and cured for at least 12 months. The Prosciutto from Norcia has the PGI certification (Protected Geographical Indication).
The Prosciutto from Sauris PGI is a cured ham produced in the municipality of Sauris, in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. The main feature of this product is the slight smoking, obtained exclusively using beech wood. The Prosciutto from Sauris has the PGI certification (Protected Geographical Indication).
The Prosciutto Pratomagno is a cured ham typical of the Arezzo province, in Tuscany. The Pratomagno is produced from solely Italian pigs weighing up to 11 kg and cured for 20 months. Taking into account its savoury taste and that it melts in the palate, we recommend that you taste it on its own or, perhaps, combined with cheese and a glass of wine.
The Prosciutto San Daniele PDO is a cured ham produced in the province of Udine, in the north of Italy. It is famous in Italy and beyond for its sweet and delicate taste. The main feature of this product is the presence of the trotter, which makes it automatically recognizable. The Prosciutto San Daniele has a PDO certification (Protected Designation of Origin).
The Prosciutto Sant’Ilario is a cured ham produced in the province of Parma, Emilia Romagna. It is recognised as an extremely high-quality Prosciutto from Parma and made from the best and heaviest Italian pig’s hind legs, selected and cured for 24 months. Taking into account its sweet and delicate flavour, we recommend tasting it on its own or, perhaps, together with dairy products and full-bodied wines.