ITALIAN APERITIF - TUSCAN SUNSET IN ROSANO (Florence)
Enjoy your Aperitif like an Italian!
Aperitif is a ritual in Italy, before dinner you have some finger food and a glass of red wine together with your friends or loved ones!
With the package "Italian Aperitif", you will be able to enjoy a typical "bruschetta" that we are used to eat when we have our aperitif!
What is included:
Whole Local Artichokes in Sunflower Oil 314gr
Sun-Dried Tomatoes in Sunflower Oil 314gr
Sunflower Tuscan Cabbage 280gr
Tuscan Gardener in Oil 280gr
Shallots in Oil 280 gr
Our recipe proposal:
With the listed ingredients we suggest a recipe called "Bruschetta" a very easy recipe that you can make at your home.
Slice some bread and put on every slice some of the sauce that you will find in the jars! The result will be an unforgettable Aperitif!
Our suggestion is to combine the "Bruschetta" with a glass of red wine that you can purchase on our store too: urly.it/37g7c
You will get an easy to make and unforgettable appetizer to surprise your guests!
The Bottega a Rosano:
Rosano is a small village in the eastern Florentine countryside, near to Abbey of Santa Maria (sec X). During his long life this Benedectine Monastery has been an important center of spiritual life and small local trades on the road from Florence to Arezzo. We have found an old photo of the beginning of last century that proves the existence of our shop in the same position of today. Our grandfathers remember that the restaurant service started around 1960.
"This is a classic shop for the Florentine citizen’s excursion in the weekend, travelers love this place for his Tuscan heart that we preserve with simplicity. My family works here from 1989. Our personal story is deeply connected with this place. Lorenzo and Romana, Damiano and Lorella, Matteo, Filippo, Francesco, Sandro, Liliana, Cristina, Michele, Luisito, Franco, Riccardo, Benito, Danilo, Mario are only a few of the ones that work or worked in Bottega a Rosano.
Same of them are still here, same have passed away, all of them made his important part for this special place."