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In the Making: Meet Our
Producers and Partners

Meet the artisan producers and generational families who partner with us to bring Italy home. From the land to the artisan’s hand, from us to you.

 

Our products are sourced and supported by lasting relationships with regional artisan suppliers and reflect our commitment to the culinary and cultural heritage of regional Italian food and sustainable farming practices that follow our purposes and pleasure "from the land to the artisan's hand, from generational producers, from us to you". Linked to the gastro-history of Italy there is a culinary backstory with a personal connection to our selected offerings. Offerings vary according to seasonality and producer availability. 

It matters where you buy your products and we appreciate your consideration in purchasing from our collaborators and producers. We encourage you to read about our producers and the generational companies in Italy that we work with on product pages and on tasting event descriptions.  The history "la storia" of the product and company are described below in brief to help you learn the back story behind the food and who makes and curates the product. They bring authenticity to your experience and continue to inspire our creativity.

For more information about our taste travels in Italy, read the Market Blog.

Felicetti Pastificio Made in the Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol region of Northern Italy in the valley of the Dolomites by Monograno Felicetti, a company committed to protecting the environment through conscious land use, preserving the biodiversity of grains, paying attention to all nutritional aspects of their products.

Tessitura Pardi Umbrian linens reflect the beauty of the Italian landscape, the allure of ancient patterns, and the skill of the weaver.

Maletti Balsamico Drop by drop, f exceptional balsamico from an artisan producer in Emilia Romagna.

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Mary Judge Artisan crafted dipping dish by artist Mary Judge, inspired by the terraced olive groves of the Italian countryside.

Tenuta di Capezzana Located northwest of Florence, the estate farm of the Contini-Bonacossi family has been producing olive oil since the year 804. 

Casa Corneli Organic, generationally farmed Umbrian legumes.

Mary Judge Artisan crafted dipping dish by artist Mary Judge, inspired by the terraced olive groves of the Italian countryside.
Tenuta di Capezzana Located northwest of Florence, the estate farm of the Contini-Bonacossi family has been producing olive oil since the year 804.
Casa Corneli Organic, generationally farmed Umbrian legumes.
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Samuele Calosi His studio in Siena uses classically designed pens and inks to create scenes and moments of a way of life that can be linked back to the rural Italian countryside of his grandparents.
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Pojer e Sandri Known for reviving local grapes from Italy's SudTirol and using them to make distinctive wines and vinegars unique to the Trentino Alto-Adige.

Samuele Calosi His studio in Siena uses classically designed pens and inks to create scenes and moments of a way of life that can be linked back to the rural Italian countryside of his grandparents.

Castello Colle Massari From the Maremma coast in Southern Tuscany. The Bertarelli family produces award winning olive oil using entirely organic farming methods. The estate groves include 3 of the oldest olive trees in Tuscany (over 960 years old)!