A picnic under the Tuscan sky
A picnic under the Tuscan sky with a basket full of PDO and IGT delicacies. A gourmet break, the perfect way to conclude the “Pecorino Experience” and help you take home the flavors of the best local food and wine, symbols of Tuscany and ambassadors of Italian food around the world. Together with the Pecorino Toscano PDO you can taste the delicate flavors of Prosciuto Toscano PDO, the distinctive taste of Finocchiona IGP, the intensity of PDO Chianti Classico Olive Oil. Every taste will be paired with the excellent DOCG Chianti Classico Wines. All that remains is to wish you ‘Buon Appetito’!
Prosciutto Toscano PDO
A delicate, slightly sapid flavor, enriched by the typical aromas of Tuscany. These are the secrets of Prosciutto Toscano PDO, a one-of-a-kind product with an unmistakable taste thanks also to the environment where this ham is cured and the able hands that prepare it. The crimson red color and the leanness of the meat are the characteristic signs of this great classic of charcuterie, to enjoy with bread, cheese, and other traditional Tuscan delicacies.
For those who love authentic Tuscany and its distinctive flavors, nothing is better than a slice of Finocchiona IGP. This cured meat, which just over a year ago received the IGP [Indication of Geographical Protection], has a long history behind it. Fresh, certified meats are mixed with fennel seeds, garlic, salt, and pepper, and if desired, also red wine. It is a unique flavor, perfectly paired with Pecorino but also well suited for other Tuscan culinary treats.
PDO Chianti Classico Olive Oil
Golden in color, the Olive Oil of the PDO Chianti Classico Consortium is an excellent product synonymous with quality and connection to the territory. The fruity flavor, pleasantly piquant to the throat, is characteristic, as is the typical aroma coming from the cultivar and the environment of cultivation.
Chianti Classico DOCG Wine
In the heart of Tuscany lies a region which pulses and produces some of the most famous wines in the world. This is the land of Chianti Classico Gallo Nero, a wine which for centuries has denoted this territory located between Florence and Siena. The ruby red color and the floral and red fruit bouquet are just some of the characteristics of the Chianti Classico, which is easy to love for its dry, full, intense aromas and tannins. A wine that ages gracefully, becoming increasingly velvety and smooth.