The Best of Italy

Distinctive wines have been crafted here for generations—and traditional artisans produce singular luxury goods

The Best of Italy
Italian artisans have produced works of art and quality for years: Seguso glass, Red Cows Consortium (Parmigiano Reggiano), Lorenzi Milano wine holder, Domori chocolate, Coltellerie Berti knives, Laudemio Oil Consortium olive and a Del Giudice leather bag (James Ransom)
From the Apr 30, 2020, issue

Most wine lovers are familiar with the great wines of Italy. But working near the vineyards are scores of artisanal producers of other goods, mostly family-run businesses backed by generations of experience.

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