Food & Wine

The goodness of the table of Montemiletto are the cecatiell co ru’ ppullieio. A main course of Irpinia made with a very aromatic and perfumed spontaneous grass, similar to the mint, exactly pulieio o puleio. Therefore, the handmade Cicatielli are a mix between cavatelli and fusilli. Of very ancient origins and linked...

In Via Botteghelle in Salerno, food becomes the means through which deeply knowing the territory in a special ‘Salumeria‘ (delicatessen) Here, in fact, you can find a Salumeria of local and regional excellences. Near the delicatessen counter, there is a little wine area with wines of the territory of...

The Pastiera Napoletana has very ancient origins and comes from pagan rituals celebrating the arrival of the spring. According to the legend, the mermaid Parthenope lived in the wonderful gulf of Naples. Every spring, the beautiful mermaid emerged from the waters to greet the happy people on the gulf, delighting them...

Bellosguardo in province of Salerno, formed by the union of bello (beautiful) and sguardo (look) is a painting to admire. A simple territory that inspires tasty dishes, like its bucatini ammullicati (bucatini with breadcrumbs). Bellosguardo has an enchanting view, mild climate and healthy air. With its position, from...

A unique specialty, the Colatura di Alici of Cetara is a direct heir of the garum, the fish sauce whose strong taste characterized the cuisine of the ancient Romans. Cetara is an ancient village of anglers in province of Salerno, still today characterized by an economy concentrated on fishing and artisanship. In...

The Cipolla Ramata of Montoro, precious bulb hailing from the zone of Montoro Inferiore The Cipolla Ramata of Montoro (coppery onion), in province of Avellino, takes its name from the coppery luminous reflections of its ‘skin’; the ‘spherical’ shape can be similar to a spinning top or flatter, inside the thick...

Marcianise is a Municipality in province of Caserta, famous for its Menesta mmaretata (married soup) that represents an Easter tradition. To enter the essence of the tradition of Marcianise, simple and of rural memory, it is necessary to recover the tales of the animal present in the yards of the country families. Its...

Campania is a land very rich in history and traditions, not only for the monuments and the architectures or landscape beauties, but also for its food and wine. In fact, many are the local products known and appreciated all around the world and, among them, one of the most loved is surely the famous Limoncello. The...

The Truffle of Bagnoli Irpino is an exquisite delight that satisfies nose and palate. In Campania, numerous species of truffles are present, among which the most widespread and famous is the normal black Truffle or the ‘Truffle of Bagnoli Irpino’, from the name of the municipality of Irpinia where from centuries a...

The Annurca of Campania is defined the ‘queen of the apples’ thanks to its marked organoleptic qualities: flavor, taste and scent. This apple is famous for its white compact and crisp flesh, agreeably slightly sour and perfumed. Its depiction in the paintings found in the excavations of Ercolano testifies its very...