How to – Taste

  • While there are many different factors that contribute to the flavors and textures of formaggi, there is one element in particular that gives a cheese its distinct characteristics: the type of milk!

  • Whether red, white, or rosé, brightly spumante (sparkling) or lightly frizzante (semi-sparkling), Italy’s effervescent vini will make you forget all about France’s Champagne.

  • We love this Piemontese producer and want you to fall for them, too! So, we've rounded up 11 ways for you to love Ponti! Explore our ideas, then taste the products for yourself.

  • Named for Capri, a sunny island in southern Italy, caprese is a tasty expression of three simple ingredients: tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil.

  • Attention gelato lovers! Looking for new ways to enjoy the beloved Italian take on ice cream?

  • Have you ever wondered why some olive oils are labeled "extra virgin" and others are not?

  • How to taste extra virgin olive oil? Discover the Eataly guide and stage a perfect olive oil tasting at home!

  • Learn how Italians eat cantucci, Tuscany's version of biscotti. Today, these crunchy, twice-baked cookies are beloved across the world.

  • Pizza and wine are made for one another, but not just any bottle can complement the iconic dish! Discover our top five wines to drink with pizza.