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Typical Products of the Puglia Region

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Taralli Semi-Free Traditional Extra Virgin Olive Oil Cookies 350g
Panificio Bufis
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Orange and cinnamon cookies 200g
Arte Gadi
5,70
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Lemon and ginger cookies 200g
Arte Gadi
5,70
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Cocoa and hazelnut cookies 200g
Arte Gadi
5,70
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Coffee and almond cookies 200g
Arte Gadi
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Taralli with Cereals 350g
Panificio Bufis
5,90
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Negroamaro Rosso IGP “Bibèo” - Tenuta Pere Rosse
Tenuta Pere Rosse
12,00
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Primitivo Rosso IGP “Bibeo” - Tenuta Pere Rosse
Tenuta Pere Rosse
12,00
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Taranta Salento Classic Rosato IGP 2019 750ml
Vetrere
15,90
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Orfeo Negroamaro Puglia IGP 2018 750ml
Paolo Leo
16,60
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Nero di Troia Red IGP “Bibèo” - Tenuta Pere Rosse
Tenuta Pere Rosse
21,00
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VT Salento White IGP 2018 750ml
Vetrere
25,00
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Giunonico Primitivo di Manduria DOP 2014 750ml
Paolo Leo
28,00
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Taccorosso Puglia IGP Negroamaro 2016 750ml
Paolo Leo
28,00
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Caciocavallo Silano DOP whole form 1.7 kg
Caseificio Palazzo
52,90
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Tarallini Pugliesi Wholemeal 250g
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Typical Products of the Puglia Region: history and information

Are you looking for typical Italian products? On our shop you can find l&' excellence from every region, where important companies aim to preserve flavors and traditions that have been handed down for generations and that make up, in fact, the food and wine culture of our country. A real itinerary of taste that passes, in this section, from Puglia and its typical features

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Puglia is the longest region in Italy and it is also the one that is most oriented to the east. Stretch your heel into the Adriatic until you can see the Croatian, Montenegrin and Albanian coasts from afar. On this long and narrow strip of land, unique and rare delicacies grow but, at the same time, it represents a reference point for the agri-food rebirth of Southern Italy.

Puglia is today one of the Italian regions with the most interesting GDP, the southern one with the highest value. The people of Puglia have been able to interpret their territory in recent years with a great promotional sense aimed at welcoming quality tourism, especially in the southernmost areas and in Salento. The latter has become a VIP destination that has replaced for many the Sardinian beaches recognized in Italy as among the most prestigious and well-frequented.

Puglia has also been reborn with the reconquest of quality Italian pasta from domestic and foreign markets. In fact, it is called the Granary of Europe and contains the highest quantity of quality wheat that supplies the main Italian pasta factories from Gragnano to the artisanal ones in Tuscany and other parts of Italy. Pastificio Felicetti included!

Puglia is a land of ancient peoples who arrived on these lands after long trips both from Greece, Albania and Turkey. Byzantine land for a long time with Bari as its capital. A city that today still represents a fundamental place of worship for the Eastern Orthodox religion with the extraordinary Basilica of Saint Nicholas and its esplanade that houses the temple and the remains of the great saint venerated all over the world who also took the name of Santa Claus in the northernmost regions. Puglia is still today a crossroads of peoples and cultures that unite Western civilization with the more Eastern one. Here ended the long Via Appia, in the port of Brindisi. Here ended the long Via Francigena and the pilgrims' journey to the Holy Land who started from Lecce or Otranto. For all these reasons, even today, agri-food production and culinary traditions are affected by a mix of cultures that taste of distant spices, ancient butchery and cheeses spun by hand according to the ancestral gestures of native peoples among stone trulli. There are medieval pearls such as the co-cathedral of Ruvo di Puglia and the impressive white stone of the cathedral of Trani that overlooks the Adriatic.

Puglia is the land of monuments with silver leaves: the large, thousand-year-old olive trees that rise from red chromed clays. The land of trulli, ancient stone houses isolated among olive trees and vineyards that are still witnesses of time today. In Puglia we can find the most beautiful Italian areas under marine protection, such as the spectacular Torre Guaccio Reserve in the town of Carovigno. Cities of white stone, living mausoleums perched on the tops of seaside hills such as the white Ostuni. The stone ravines of Polignano a Mare, the castle of Otranto and its cathedral, witness to the roundups of pirates and Moors coming from the south.


TYPICAL APULIAN PRODUCTS


Puglia is a quality basin that includes dozens and dozens of typical products, many of them certified and many others belonging only to the popular tradition. Among the first are Caciocavallo Silano DOP, Canestrato Pugliese DOP, Collina di Brindisi PDO Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Dauno DOP Extra Virgin Olive Oil and the one called Terre d'Otranto DOP. Other oils such as Terre di Bari DOP and Terre Tarantine DOP.

Among the fruit and vegetables, on the other hand, we should mention the Clementine del Golfo di Taranto IGP, the Bella di Daunia PDO (a large olive excellent for preservation). Finally, a timeless interpreter of the history of Italian bread, Pane di Altamura DOP. There are many products that are protected by Slow Food Presidiums. From the Gargano Citrus to the Ceglie Biscuit, the Podolic Caciocavallo from Gargano, the Garganica Goat, the Polignano Carrots, the Black Chickpea from the Murgia Classica, the Red Onion from Acquaviva, the Carpino Bean, the Almond Fig from San Michele Salentino, the Altamurana Sheep, the Small Peach from Porto Cesareo and that of Torre Guaccio, the Fiaschetto tomato from Torre Guaccio and the Regina tomato from Torre Canne. Finally, a unique dessert like the Bisceglie Sospiro.

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