4 Italian Products to Make You Say "Fantastico!"

It's difficult to find someone who doesn't like Italian food! Pizza, pasta, risotto, caprese, polenta - we could go on for days. Though there are many variations to traditional Italian dishes, using ingredients made other than in Italy itself sometimes isn't the same. Luckily, we have plenty of authentic, delicious products made in Italy that will allow you to cook authentic Italian food right in your kitchen!

1. Pasta

Benedetto Cavalieri  ||  Dry Pasta

The Cavalieri family has been growing wheat in the heart of Apulia since the 1800s to make their pasta. Benedetto Cavalieri is known for their selection of Italian durum wheats, their delicate processing method, and their constant research for the best quality. They make a wide variety of dry pastas including rotelle (wagon wheels), farfalle (bow ties), bucatini, angel hair, casarecci, and so many more.

Benedetto Cavalieri on myPanier

Photo: Instagram user @atmosfera_italiana

2. Sauce

1932   ||   Tomato Pasta Sauces

1932's specialty Italian pasta sauces are made with tomatoes from the Emilia-Romagna region. These tomatoes are freshly picked two hours prior to being kettle-cooked in small batches. Try their Arrabbiata Tomato Pasta Sauce, Pomodorina Pasta Sauce with Barlo Wine, or their Pomodorina Tomato Pasta Sauce along with your pasta for a delicious Italian meal.


1932 - Pomodorina Tomato Pasta Sauce, 24oz Jar on myPanier

 

3. Olive Oil

Colonna  ||  Olive Oils of Southeastern Italy

Colonna has been producing extra virgin olive oils in southeastern Italy for over 200 years. Colonna's olives are grown on an estate near Rome that belongs to Francesco Colonna's descendants. Their oils are pressed with fragrant fruits like organic lemons, oranges, bergamots, and more. For a delicious cooking staple to include in all your Italian meals, check out Colonna's Organic Bergamot Extra Virgin Olive Oil and their Extra Virgin Olive Oil in an Anfora Bottle.

Colonna Olive Oil on myPanier

4. Balsamic Vinegar

Mussini  ||  Aged Balsamic Vinegars

Mussini was founded in Magreta, Modena in 1909. They select their grapes from Lambrusco Grasparossa, Ancellotta, and Trebbiano. Each Mussini balsamic vinegar is high-end and designed to bring out the best sensations and aromas possible -- for this reason they make unmatchable gifts. Check out their Riservia Di Famiglia 14 Year Aged Balsamic Vinegar, Delizia 30 Year Aged Balsamic Vinegar, or their Privilegio 50 Year Aged Balsamic Vinegar.

 Mussini - 50 Year Aged Balsamic Vinegar from Modena | Privilegio | 71ml (2.4oz) on myPanier

 

These are just a few artisans who sell Italian products on myPanier. Check out our entire Italian collection to discover more delicious, authentic Italian food!

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