If you don’t know Latin, this company’s name could sound a bit obscure. However, Coelsanus means “clean and healthy sky,” like the sky of the company’s native Vicenza, not too far from Venice. Thanks to unusual air circulation, in this part of the Veneto region (Northeast Italy), the sky is not afflicted by the industrial haze of the Po valley, creating a microclimate that enriches the flavors of the products of the land.
Since 1641, Carandini has produced the finest vinegar in Modena, a beautiful city located in the region of Emilia Romagna. For over four centuries they have produced vinegars as well as receiving many certifications for its extraordinary quality and taste. From Antonio Carandini to Giuseppe, and Bianca and Emilio, the age-old craft has been passed from parent to child.
FRACCARO SPUMADORO, FROM THE BEAUTIFUL VENETO REGION TO YOUR TABLE 0
In 1932 Elena and Giovanni Fraccaro opened a bakery in the historic town of Castelfranco, Veneto, in northern Italy, a beautiful old city surrounded by high defensive walls and not too far from Venice. They began to produce high-quality bread in several varieties. Elena and Giovanni also offered confectionery specialties, quickly becoming very popular in the area.
Pasticceria Cova is one of the oldest Italian pasticcerie. It was founded in 1817 by Antonio Cova, who served in Napoleone Bonaparte’s army. For almost two hundred years, Cova has been synonymous with style, elegance, finesse, and, of course, superb cakes and pastries.