In the local dialect of Apulia, it means “go slow, take your time.” And it’s this calm, wise, and reflective approach, characteristic of many Southern populations, that has warmed the hearts to which we’ve dedicated our most flavorful recipes, brimming with the knowledge and beauty of a region that has captivated the world for years.
From the Gargano to Santa Maria di Leuca, Apulia dazzles with its beauty and offers carefree days, often transforming into unforgettable memories. Visiting Apulia is a duty because, upon closer inspection, the region holds a wealth of culture, ancient sites, and such diversity that it could be considered a continent unto itself.
Apulia’s gastronomic culture is just as diverse. It’s the “peninsula within the peninsula,” known for its tenacious and fragrant wines and olives, which have become shields and treasures for its residents. Apulia is famous for its orecchiette and friselline, pucce and tarallini, and for people who truly understand the value of a shared aperitivo or meal.
In Apulia, sharing the good is not just a choice—it’s a duty and a lesson instilled from birth. Treating yourself and expressing love are qualities of those who are born into this mentality or choose to embrace it.
Over the last few years, Salento, in particular, has welcomed people from afar, becoming a destination even for celebrities and renowned entrepreneurs. The beauty of these places, from small, perched villages that seem to protect a magical and unreachable kingdom to bustling cities, captivates the eye but never lets it go.
We’ve dedicated an entire line of aperitifs and appetizers, available in glass and trays, to our Cerignola Olives—beautiful, plump, and flavorful, like welcoming mothers ready to embrace you with their scent and unwavering authenticity.