Our goal is to bring you the best artisanal products that represent our native country and home.
We have tested hundreds of products to bring you the magic that makes Italy so special. Each year, we visit villages and towns to collaborate with family-owned businesses that represent the tradition, history and creativity of Italy.
Use the map below to view our artisans by the beautiful regions they work in.
With a streak of creativity inherited from his family, Carlo Caporicci created his truffle boutique with a vision to build upon long-established truffle traditions with new creations.
Over a century of passion, attention to detail and an experimental spirit have cemented Venchi’s reputation as one of the most elegant and renowned chocolatiers in Italy and beyond.
If we are ever grateful to someone, it is Mr. & Mrs. Bianconi for their dream of sharing Umbria’s delicacies with the world.
From an old family history based on ancient traditions, a ritual takes place every year: Frantoio d’Orazio’s extraction of extra virgin olive oil.
“There is a farm that produces pasta in the middle of a wheat field”. This sentence holds everything that is so special about Pastificio Mancini.
Set on the beautiful Amalfi Coast, the small village of Gragnano is home to a pasta with no equals.
If it is true that passions are transmitted by genes, Tancredi and Alberto (T’a) Alemagna brothers inherited the most sublime passion for all things chocolate and confectionery.
Cascina San Cassiano was born in Piedmont, in the heart of Langhe hills — home to the UNESCO world heritage site and the fascinating land of white truffles and unique wines.
Alfredo Carrai’s enchantment with tea began with his first cup. This fascination, mixed with his entrepreneurial spirit, led him to open the doors to one of Italy’s first tea companies in 1961. Today, his six children collectively make up La Via Del Tè. We are incredibly proud to share with you the fruits of their labor.
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