Traditionally linked to the area of Parma since the 3rd century B.C., the time when the first salting and drying techniques were experimented on pork legs. It is characterised by a particularly mild and delicate taste.
The prosciuttos bearing the Parma mark are matured in the Levoni plant in Lesignano de' Bagni, near Langhirano, and comply with the strict standards of the production regulation. Pork legs come exclusively heavy pigs weighing at least 160 kg, bred in northern and central Italy. It does not contain gluten and lactose
Area: Emilia Romagna
Certification: PDO (Protected Designation of Origin)
Maturing: minimum 13 months
Weight: appr. 6,5 kg
Notes: vacuum packed
Characteristics: Slice-ready, bone-out and with twine tied by hand.
Blue cheese from bovine raw milk Appearance: washed rind herby Aroma: animals - sweet spices Flavour: marzipan - contrasted with mushrooms Consistency: silky - pasty Maturation: 6 weeks in the brick cellar
The Pustertaler salamis smoked Villgrater is produced of beef and pork, the structure easily graind, mildly smoked, spiced with fresh mountain herbs, afterwards is dried for several weeks.
The classical bacon is produced of the best piece of the leg. Refined with spices, mountain herbs and salt, the bacon is pickled for 20 days. After a cold smoke phase with beechwood filings the bacon sides are matured for a total of 5 months in our pure mountain air at controlled temperature.
South Tyrolean ham bacon Nocker G.G.A - Smoked, matured for at least 6 months. 1/2 ham, vacuum, weight approx. 2.2 kg
Sardinian sheep's milk cheese "L'Isolano" with a ripening period of 2 - to 12 months. This Pecorino tastes very well as "formaggio da tavola" to a good little glass of wine, or as a melting / rub cheese to various dishes (pasta dishes, Pesto, ecc.).
San Marzano tomatoes taste like fresh tomatoes, incomparably fruity, fragrantly and incredibly. Today the kind threatened by the extinction growns thanks to the Slow Food branch on the fertile grounds of Vesuvius again.