Italy has Taste

When pouring a glass of Lambrusco Emiliano DOC wine, when enhancing the flavour of dishes with a few drops of Modena Balsamic Vinegar PGI, or when grating Parmigiano Reggiano cheese aged for 36 months, we bring to our table something more than just food: we bring to our table the art of taste, since Italy has Taste.

Not everyone knows this, but in 2010 the Mediterranean diet was included in the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, thanks to a nutritional model based on excellent nutritional habits. And Italian culinary tradition, along with its typical products, is the emblem of quality nutrition, a source of both pleasure and physical well-being.

Eat to live well “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” (Hippocrates)

Promoting such an invaluable heritage is an important mission for Delizia Mundi. This is why we select and prefer wholesome food, certified, locally produced, made in compliance with international standards and the techniques handed down by tradition.

Live to eat well “I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.” (Oscar Wilde)

Food is a key component in the lives of all of us because it is something that goes far beyond the need to feed ourselves. This is all the more obvious in a country like Italy, where eating and drinking are not just daily activities but are almost a ritual.

The quality of food or the aromatic nuances of wine help achieve the ultimate goal of the ritual itself: the pleasure of taste.

Perhaps it is thanks to the mild climate, the generous land, or centuries of history and tradition that the typical food products of our regions have been awarded the accolade of culinary excellence in the world. In fact, it is not a coincidence that journalist David Rosengarten, in an article published in Forbes magazine, praised the Emilia-Romagna region as being a “Gourmet paradise”.

Schermata 2016-09-16 alle 17.02.13