Discover the amazing Durante’s Pasta handmade from their own Senatore Cappelli wheat.
“In certain years the earth gives not just grapes but emotions intended to be preserved. The difference between the two labels, selection and not, lies in the different production process suitable to obtain more structured wines and capable of a surprising longevity. Not in all the years you may have the required concentration of polyphenols, but when this happens it is memorable. “
Beppe di Maria
It shows a bright and dense ruby red color. On the nose it has scents of ripe cherries in jam, pot pourri of dried flowers and pleasant hints of sweet spices. The taste is rich, fleshy and at the same time fresh and extremely balanced.
Premiato – Guide Vini di Puglia 2016
“In certain years the earth gives not just grapes but emotions intended to be preserved. The difference between the two labels, selection and not, lies in the different production process suitable to obtain more structured wines and capable of a surprising longevity. Not in all the years you may have the necessary required concentration of polyphenols, but when this happens it is memorable. ”
Beppe di Maria
Beautiful ruby red color. The bouquet expresses pleasant aromas of blackberry jam, violet and clove. The taste is powerful, smooth, at the same time elegant and well balanced. The tannins are firm but gentle. The finish is persistent and emotional.
Tre bicchieri – Guide Vini d’Italia 2016 – Gambero Rosso
The wine has a pale straw yellow colour, with vibrant reflections.
Its nose is aromatic, with hints of acacia blossom and wisteria.
It offers a fresh, zesty flavour, with nuances of golden delicious apples and honey and an appealing vein of acidity on the finish.
It is Ideal as an aperitif, it can also be happily drunk throughout the meal, particularly with fish or white meat dishes.
VERMOUTH 18/70 BIANCO
The history of Vermouth begins in 1786 in the Marendazzo distillery in Turin. Here, distiller Antonio Benedetto Carpano discovered the unique qualities of the moscato grape, and decided to use the grape to produce an aromatized wine. Vermouth proved immediately palatable to consumers, particularly to women, and over time a bitter version was produced. For years, Vermouth was Turin’s aperitivo drink of choice before it reached international fame.
Today, Dogliotti 1870 wishes to help relaunch Vermouth in an homage to the great, classic drink of the past that shares many of Piedmont’s historical roots.
Vermouth 18/70 is an excellent expression of Dogliotti’s goal: with a base of Moscato d’Asti, which gives it an incredible aromatic profile and determines the natural residual sugar, they have added a new line of Vermouth to their products. The result is the fruit of decades of ever more refined experiementation in the cellar, a Vermouth that is faithful to Turin’s tradition but has a modern twist. The distinctive mark of the 18/70 is its natural sweetness, which comes from naturally-occurring sugars of the moscato. No sugars or colorants are added, and its alcohol grade is low.
The transparent glass bottle shows off the characteristic, bright golden tones of moscato. On the nose, it’s delicate, expressive, and elegant. Like a typical Vermouth, its aromatic notes mingle with spices and herbs, particularly absinthe; and light fruity, floral, and citrus notes. Tasting it is a continual evolution in sensations: it is intriguing and inviting. In the mouth, it’s rich and full-bodied. An initial sweetness is balanced with its fine, acidic structure and final bitter taste.
Vermouth 18/70 is perfect for aperitivo for its elegant, fine charactertics. Its flavors are exaulted both neat or on the rocks, garnished with lemon. It is also perfect for cocktails; the combinations are endless, from the classic Americano to the creative inventions of international barmen around the globe.
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Birrificio Val Rendena was founded in 2012 but tthe art of making beer in trentino’s valleys is rich in history and tradition. In fact in Trentino’s valleys didn’t grow vines and people learnt to make a good beer with local raw material: wild hop plants picked at the end of the Summer along the river, barleys was cultivated in fields. To reach the excellence you need high quality raw material but also the knowledge production in every details.
Antica Torrefazione rises in 1930 in Carmagnola (TO). Today Mina family still produces and serves Coffee following tradiction and old vocation of coffee roasting. They look for new and amazing aromas combinations, dedicating most attention to the quality and the origin of their coffee.
Frantoio Oleario Sportelli originated in an old mill or “trappeto” existing system in 1850. Oils, born only from the first pressing of olives harvested in the areas of Tarantino and the Salento by the characteristic and monumental olive groves are under the brand “Oil Mill Doors” and are intended for retail sale, only after passing a thorough examination which guarantees full respect of quality and oil tradition of the production area. EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL is produced from the milling of fresh olives collection mainly from Ogliarola of Lecce, Cellina of Nardo, Leccino and Coratina. These extra virgin olive oil are perfect for domestic use and the “Antirabbocco” (that prevents the refill of the bottle) make them ideal for Olive oil’s menu in restaurants. There are two different type of Sportelli’s extra virgin olive oil: fruity-light and fruity-intense, both look yellow-gold with green reflections. Sweet taste with soft and persistent perfume, bitter and spicy flavors make it perfect with all dishes, especially with fresh vegetables.
The project Pasta Durante arises in Urbania (PU), a village in the hearth of high Metauro river, noble and ancient. Pasta production is an art which needs a manufacturing through complex phases, linked by a thin balance. Every food element is selected, from the production of wheat Senatore Cappelli, choosen at the origin and grown up without chemical fertilization, to the water which is taken from Catria and Nerone mountains.
The production is handmade, like an old shop, keeps respect of a centennial tradition, cornerstone of their prodution’s philosophy. Every steps of this process is linked to others and all are fundamental; wheat quality, dough’s realization with the right humidity, bronze die plate extrusion, slow drying, natural cooling and manual wrap are crucial for the realization of the best product. Durante’s Pasta is designed and developed with homemade care with the aim of reach excellence without seeking to industrial production.
Collina dei sapori is a factory farm of typical Puglia’s products entirely home-made with the desire of health. Grandparent’s methods guarantee the special production of vegetables in extra virgin olive oil, sauces, olives and extra virgin olive oil without preservatives and additives, only healthy and genuine products typically characteristic, directly from Torremaggiore (FG). Ingredients: According to the old tradition of Antico Tavoliere di Puglia’s all the preparations are handmade, they personally choose food farming from fields and wrap them exclusively in their “PERANZANA” extrav irgin olive oil. Extravirgin olive oil Dauno DOP is produced in Foggia’s territory. It’s 70% Peranzana variety but also Coratina, l’Ogliarola, la Garganica and la Rotondella. In the area you can find different type of extra virgin olive oil: Dauno Gargano, Dauno Sub Appennino, Dauno Basso Tavoliere and Dauno Alto Tavoliere. This unique extra virgin olive oil smells fruity and tastes sweet and harmonic
In an extraordinary, tranquil and pleasant valley Illica arises and here it protects and enhances the place and environment. Pure air and fresh lands are originated by tropical seas where fossil shells cracks under your feet. The oldest vines stand out in a landscape characterized by forests, horses, ancient villages and castles. From mountains and sea blows a healthy breeze. In Val d’Ongina the temperature range causes a unique microclimate that allows the natural biologic cultivation, in this way the chemical products are totally excluded.
Illica’s passion for wines gets through generations: from grandfather to his grandchild. Bio certification on grapes lasts already two decades when nobody talked about that. Bio is a tradition for Illica.
The Podere Gelisi Antonio is a small family-run enterprise located in San Quirino, in the very heart of the Friuli Grave vine growing area, extending over 30 hectares. This area lies at 112 meters high, close to the pre-Alpine range. The territory is characterized by a particularly original landscape; a wide expanse created by the alluvial flooding of the Meduna and Cellina rivers, which, throughout the millenniums, deposited enormous quantities of calcareous-dolomitic material, dragged from the mountains by the relentless attacks of the water. It was founded way back in 1961 by the Gelisi’s, a family of Istrian origin.
The first lot was bottled in 1988. Through the years, the cellar was built and extended and was equipped with the most sophisticated machinery for the production and preservation of wines. Almost all the production gets sold directly to hotels, restaurant and private citizens both in Italy and abroad, in as many as twenty countries: the most important markets, apart from the national one, are the German, Austrian, Dutch, USA and Greek markets.
Dogliotti began in 1870 in Castiglione Tinella, Piedmont with brothers Giuseppe and Marcello Dogliotti.
Although their winemaking techniques are simple and artisanal, their Moscato has become the apple of the winery’s eye, receiving prestigious qualifications and gold medals at important wine competitions.
When Giuseppe’s son Luigi took over the winery’s operations in 1929, he transferred their small winery to Castagnole delle Lanze. In just a short time, their Moscato d’Asti traveled beyond the borders of the region and country, finding appreciation in France and Switzerland. Generation after generation, the winemaking tradition of the Dogliotti family has been passed down from father to son. With time, they have refined their techniques to creating the high quality wines they are known for today, and their selection of wines has grown alongside. The Dogliotti family’s passion for winemaking is found in three cousins, Erik, Ivan and Matteo Dogliotti. With their combined enthusiasm, they’ve united their different talents to arrive at one, common objective: to strengthen the family winery and share Dogliotti 1870 wines with the world.
The Dacasto Duilio’s company is situated in Agliano Terme, in the heart of the so called Barbera d’Asti “Golden Triangle”.
Always family-run and now the fifth generation, the estate consists of eight hectares of vineyards, predominantly planted with Barbera, with small percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon, Arneis and Moscato.
These vineyards create our wines, produced with care, passion and a constant search for ever higher quality, true to the motto that a great wine is made only with a great grape.
Carvinea is situated in Puglia, Italy, among the beautiful scenery of the Alto Salento countryside near Carovigno. They produce high-quality, award-winning wines that included among the finest wines of Italy.
They wanted to do something different: to produce wines from not native vines: with the help of Riccardo Cotarella, worldwide known winemaker, they found how new vines could adapt in Puglia climate and in our land, that is close to the sea.
There are only 4000 vines per acre and in this way it is possible to take a special care of the vineyard obtaining one bottle per vine. For this reason the production not huge: 35.000 bottles per year.