New arrivals in time for Christmas

We have now received a fresh load of Christmas classics as well as some all-year delicacies from Friuli. So whether you are looking for a tasty gift or you just have a special craving…come and check out our goodies.

Christmas classics from the Dall’Ava range include:

 

Panettone, 1 kg – in the varieties: choco-orange, classic or glassato.

Gubana Maria Vittoria, in two sizes: 250g/450g – made with the finest ingredients from Friuli.

Strucchi Maria Vittoria –  450g of small individual gubanine  – each of them an innocent snack, just as long as you don’t polish off the whole box…

 

 

Focaccia in treccia, 600g – a plait-shaped soft brioche  with a gubana filling. Simply  delicious. And innocent, of course.

For those with a more savoury taste, you can indulge again in some Salame Casereccio and Soppressa Friulana  from Zoratti Salumificio, both made from Italian pork meat (DOP – di origine protetta – roughly ‘protected designation of origin’) with natural spices, with no gluten or milk derivatives.

Old time favourite salsiccia al peperoncino from Wolf is back in the house, and so is Mortadella with pistachios, and Prosciutto Crudo San Daniele Dok Dall’Ava, 14 and 24 months.

But let’s not forget to say ‘cheese!’

Caciotta Alto But, natural or smoked varieties, Frant cheese and beautiful and delicious goat cheese caciottine are back in store.

Plus we have stocked up on lovely honey varieties from Apicarnia, Wine Grapes vinegar from La Subida and a new entry: Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Le Masse.

Lastly, you will also find a variety of our home-baked biscuits and cookies, nicely packaged up should you wish to give them as present.

Come and peruse…

New cheese on the block!

 

We are delighted to inform you that we have now received some wonderful new cheeses, including: Taleggio, Pecorino Sardo, Formaggio di Capra (goat cheese), Gorgonzola, as well as Buffalo Mozzarella. Slurp!

But these are not formaggi friulani! i hear you say…well, while we are proud of the gorgeous produce that comes from Friuli, and we remain committed to our ‘Friulano core’, we are also very welcoming, and happy to listen to customers’ suggestions. So do come in and check out the newly arrived cheeses. Please note that most of them are also organic.