Meet our Producers

Agromonte

Situated in the farthest South-eastern area of Sicily - Chiaramonte Gulfi - and 700 metres above sea level, Agromonte specialises in one of Sicily's most renowned delicacies: Tomatoes. While their roots are firmly in their region's heritage, their approach is undoubtedly modern, aware of how the quality of the product can be the key to success.

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Apicoltura Comaro

The history of the Comaro family and their honey dates back to 1870, with their knowledge and passion for honey being passed down through several generations. And their Made-in-Italy heritage only adds to their honey’s great taste. 

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Arcaffè

Arcaffè strive to find out everything there is to know about coffee and transform this knowledge into absolute quality. From travelling the length and breath of Bahia in Brazil, to the mountains in Guatemala, riding on rickety minibuses down dusty roads in south-west India... knowledge is power, and our intense research all over the world means that we are able to produce luxury quality, artisan blends.

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ArtigianQuality 

An artisan charcuterie Producer based in the heart of Bologna, using only meat that has been exclusively selected from Tuscan-Emiliano farms in the Italian Apennine mountains. 

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Azienda Agricola Bertinelli

In the hills of Medesano (Parma) in the heart of Parmigiano Reggiano production area, the farm belonging to the Bertinelli Family has been producing milk since 1895. Today the farm is a unique enterprise where expertise, nature and innovation combine to give rise to top quality healthy and authentic foods. Bertinelli's farm is one of the rare examples of a vertically integrated production chain, where all the crops are used to feed the cattle, whose milk is used in the farm dairy to produce cheese, including "BVeggie" vegetarian cheese and Parmigiano Reggiano.

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Azienda Agricola Fontefico

Fontefico is an organic boutique winery that always ensures an exceptional quality, with a strong focus on producing highly territorial wines from the local Montepulciano, Pecorino and Aglianico varieties. 

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Azienda Agricola Pizzavacca

Starting off with just a small laboratory inside their farmhouse, the success of Azienda Agricola Pizzavacca is all down to their completely artisanal processing which strictly follows the ancient recipes of the so-called "Bassa Piacentina” area. Whether its a jam, a fruit nectar, a pickle or a sauce, everything is made in-house, according to the "farm-to-glass" philosophy.

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Azienda Agricola San Salvatore

San Salvatore's close proximity to the Mediterranean Sea provides the perfect setting to ripen the grapes of the Aglianico, whilst the Fiano gains strength and flavour, and the Greco develops an explosive taste. This deep connection with the land is not only part of the reason their wines taste so good, but is also the inspiration behind their production.

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Azienda Vinicola Palladino

The estate lies in the heart of Piemonte: here you can feel the history of Langa, surrounded by the vineyards of Serralunga d'Alba, in the heart of the production of Barolo.  

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Azienda Vitivinicola Chiorri

The 20 hectare Chiorri estate is located on the Strada del Cantico wine route in Central Italy's 'green heart' of Umbria, a few kilometres from the famed hilltop capital of Perugia, where it was established in the late nineteenth century on the gently undulating, picturesque slopes at Sant'Enea  - with sweeping views that takes in the towns of Assisi and Todi.

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Aziende Agricole Associate

Aziende Agricole Associate select only the best milk from the PDO area in the Campania Region, famous for Mozzarella di Bufala making. 

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Baglio dei Fenicotteri

Alongside his wife Ada and his children Francesco and Mattia, Giuseppe Squasi produces his wine in an area with particularly favourable climate conditions. Il Baglio dei Fenicotteri is devoted to the research and production of local varieties of wine that depict the terroir of beautiful Sicily. 

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Baratti & Milano

Opening in Turin in 1858, Baratti&Milano is one of the grandest patisseries in Italy and abroad, making the highest quality sweets in Torino. 

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Barbero Torroneria e Cioccolateria

Ever since 1883, the Barbero family has produced the handmade crumbly nougat and fine chocolate that Turin is world famous for. Using the same recipe, artisan techniques and raw, local materials, Barbero Torroneria e Cioccolateria's products are so popular that their "crumbly Piemontese" recently received government certification.

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Bargilli

Bargilli is a small family business that ever since 1936, has been producing a very special wafer. 

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Birra Barbanera

Doctor Barbanera ian elusive and imaginary alchemist, whose main life aim was to brew the nectar that would disclose in a sip the essence of your memories and of your lost loves.

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