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Meet your Maker

Casamassima allows you access to the skills of talented and creative artisans from Italy. Our chosen products are made by using traditional recipes that may have been around for hundreds of years with sustainable and locally-based methods.

Read more about our handpicked, independent artisans.

Gennari

The long history of Caseificio Gennari is started in 1953 by Maria and Sergio, making three cheese wheels a day at the Villa Paveri dairy in Collecchio, near Parma.
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Agroalimenta

Agroalimenta was born from the desire of Locanda La Posta to develop food and wine products of traditional Piedmontese cuisine characterised by natural ingredients.
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Amarcord

Birra Amarcord was born in Rimini in 1997 to a number of friends who, like the famous song says, wanted to change the world (of Italian beer) with one-of-a-kind products.
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Antica Distelleria Quaglia

The distillery of Castelnuovo Don Bosco was born in the sunny hills between Monferrato and the hill around Turin, which are considered the land of great wine tradition.
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Devodier

Creativity, experience and care are the founding elements of a minute and rigorous process that ensures the excellence of each piece that comes out of the Devodier cellars.
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Ascheri

In a world of mass-produced wines, our aim is to obtain a wine which is the expression of the vineyard it comes from, of the grapes it is made of, and above all of our own ideas.
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Danese

The Danese family founded a wine business in the early fifties in the tiny town of Roncà, situated in Verona province in the area of the Lessini Mountains National Park.
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Morelli

The ancient Morelli Pasta Factory was founded in 1860, and is a family-run enterprise, the fifth generation of the Morelli family continue to run the company today, preserving its traditions.
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Salcis Siena

In 1941, due to the war, the Sienese delicatessens decided to join together to work pork. Salcis stands for for the Società Anonima Lavorazione Carni Insaccati Siena.
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Sinatti

Pasticcerie Sinatti uses traditional recipies, combining their experience with successful and natural methods to produce Sienese cookies, which are leaders in taste and goodness.
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Pasta Panarese

Pasta Panarese was born in Val d'Orcia, a precious UNESCO World Heritage site in Tuscany. This place has represented the cultivation of durum wheat for centuries.
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Tomarchio

In 1920, Filippo Tomarchio started the production of the first artisan bottle, distributed "door to door" in wooden boxes: the characteristic bottle with the glass ball.
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