Get ready for a true Italian Christmas feast with this curated gift set. Our largest gourmet hamper comes with no fewer than 16 items handpicked from local producers across northern Italy. From pasta that's only made in one valley in the Italian alps to chocolates by some of the country's most historic chocolatiers - expect only the best of the best!
In this gift set you will find:
- Classic large panettone (1000g). This traditional sweet Christmas bread comes from Bai, one of Milan's oldest panettone makers since 1768.
- Pizzoccheri buckwheat pasta (500g). Traditional from the Italian alpine valley of Valtellina, this dried pasta is typically served with cabbage, cubed potatoes and cheese.
- Fonduta cheese fondue (230g). Made with the famous local Fontina cheese, fonduta is a traditional fondue sauce from the Aosta Valley in the Italian alps.
- Taggiasca olive oil (250ml). The Taggiasca olive has been grown in Liguria for centuries. This olive oil is made by a local family producer, that has been making olive oils since 1868.
- Green Genovese pesto (180g). Pesto is synonymous with Liguria. This green pesto comes for a small family business and is made with the finest olive oil, basil and pine nuts.
- Cantuccini almond biscuits (125g). Made since 1858 by Antonio Mattei in the Tuscan town of Prato.
- Davide Barbero Italian nougat in tin (250g). Made in Piedmont since 1883.
- Tuscan cherry extra jam (400g). Made in Florence by Chiaverini.
- Nocciolini hazelnut meringue drops (50g). First invented in the 1800s in the north Italian town of Chivasso and still only made there.
- Handmade fruit jellies (230g). Made in Turin by Leone.
- Orange blossom pastilles (30g). These unique pastilles were first created by Luigi Leone in the late 1800s and were named after the Prince of Naples.
- Caffarel gianduiotti hazelnut chocolates (100g). Made since 1865 in Turin, the Italian city on the foot of the alps.
- Scorza chocolate (76g). First invented in 1832 by Majani, Italy's oldest chocolatier family.
- Hot chocolate gianduja, 2 sachets (30g each).
- Cremini chocolates (100g). Made of a layer of almond paste sandwiched between gianduja hazelnut chocolate, this iconic chocolate was first created in the mid-1800s by Baratti & Milano.
- Special edition alpine table cloth (143x110cm). Made in Italy's South Tyrol from 100% cotton, this fabric is traditional from the Puster Valley, which stretches from northern Italy to Austria.
Suitable for vegetarians. Some items contain nuts. If you have any doubts or queries regarding allergies, please do get in touch with us.
Want to add a bespoke gift message? Select the option 'gift message' at check-out and we'll add a handwritten message on a beautiful small post card from Italy.
Curious about some of the stories behind the products in this set? Then check out our blog. Find out, for instance, Find out, for instance, why Baj's panettone has long been considered the best in Milan or how a simple kitchen experiment resulted in the creation of the nocciolino more than 150 years ago.