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  • The TRITTICO perfect fit for elegant and littles bottles, is ideal for restaurant service, family, large-Scale Retail Trade but also
  • The ancient recipe was invented by the monks of the Basilian Order and it is considered as being unique and
  • Our aromatic relishes are natural products.These types of flavored oils are made by simple pressing of olives and fresh fruits

Balsamic vinegar of Modena

balsamic vinegar of Modena

Balsamic vinegar of Modena IGP is obtained from wine vinegar and concentrated grape must. It is characterized by a intense and persistent smell and by a pleasantly balanced bitter-sweet flavor.
Contains colorant caramel E150 D and sulfites. The product is OGM FREE according to Reg. 1829/2003/CE – 1830/2003/CE.

Smell:

characteristic, intense and persistent, pleasantly acetic

Color:

intense brown

Recommended:

it is ideal as finishing touch for vegetables, meat, soups, vegetables conserves. Pleasantly smell on cheese and fruit

Food preservation:

preserve the product in a fresh and dry place without strong changes of temperature and without exposing it to the light of the sun

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATIONS

Data related to 100 ml
Energy values: 95 kcal
Protein: 2.25 g
Carbohydrates: 16 g
Sodium: 0.09 g
Total Fats: < 0.01 g

PACKAGING:
Glass bottle from lt 0,25 ----- 12 pieces/box
Glass bottle from lt 0,50 ----- 06 pieces/box

Palanzano Chardonnay wine

Palanzano Chardonnay white wine

Wine obtained from selected grapes Chardonnay. The grapes are freshly picked grapes are transferred to the horizontal fermentation tanks.
The must is made from staying in contact with the skins for 24 hours and then it is stored in stainless steel tanks where the alcoholic fermentation takes place at 15° C. After a short period of refinement, the wine is racked and then bottled.

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Palanzano Negroamaro wine

Palanzano Negroamaro red wine

Wine obtained from matured grapes, Negroamaro selected, is a red wine grape variety native to Apulian Region, particularly in Salento.
The name is thought to derive from two words meaning black: the Latin language negro and the ancient Greek 'maru'.
It is a red wine grape variety native to southern Italy.

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Olives Grappa

Olive grappa

The ancient recipe was invented by the monks of the Basilian Order and it is considered as being unique and unequalled for its full-bodied flavor. The recipe was discovered on some sheets of land- written parchment, found by accident in a very old underground olive oil mill dating back to the XVIII century.

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