Campania

Map of Campania

Pizza and buffalo mozzarella originated in Campania, a region rich in agriculture and perpetually mild climate. Campania distributes many agricultural products, including tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, peppers, peas, figs, apricots, plums and cherries. Tourists know Campania as the home of Naples, the Roman Ruins at Pompeii, Mt. Vesuvius, and the Amalfi Coast. We are currently seeking additional olive oils from small artisan producers in this region.

MON-008
Campania. This curated collection won’t be found elsewhere. It contains three full size (500 ml) bottles of gorgeous olive oil from Monserrato 1973 in Campania: Satanasso, Manalonga, and Ortice -- with names tied to Italian superstitions!
$110.85
CSD-009
Campania. A tasting set, packed in a wood box, with outstanding selections from Case d'Alto Coevo in Campania.
$49.95
GRN-606
Pasta di Gragnano IGP is produced only in the hillside town Gragnano, near Naples, using local water and bronze dies. This is a selection of six of the most popular cuts and the price represents a 10% discount.
$45.90
MAD-023
Raro d’oliva extra vergine is a rare find. This is a denocciolato oil, meaning that the olive pits were removed from the olives before pressing. (Most other oils press whole olives).
$39.95
CSD-007
Campania. Ravece is a monocultivar selection from Case d'Alto. We met this producer in Verona and are very pleased to offer this new selection. Enjoy it with robust flavors. Now Certified Organic. An amazing favorite.
$38.95
CSD-008
Campania. Leccio del Corno is a new monocultivar selection from Case d'Alto. We met this producer in Verona and are very pleased to offer this new selection. Highly recommended.
$36.95
MON-007
Campania. Ortice is a monocultivar and is well known in the area of Sannio. The characteristics include the fruitiness of medium intensity, accompanied by herbaceous elements, and notes of green almonds, unripe tomato, artichoke and fruit.
$36.95
CLT-001
A traditional preparation from southern Italy. This distillate is a fish sauce extracted from cured anchovies. Each batch takes five months to produce. Featured in the Wall Street Journal’s Guide to the Best in Summer Food (May 14, 2011).
$23.50
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