Radicchio Rosso Tardivo
The Radicchio Rosso Tardivo (late red radicchio) is a truly unique, one-of-a kind vegetable with a long history that combines tradition, passion and expert processing.
Radicchio Rosso Precoce
A true expression of the culture of the local countryside, this variety is grown in a defined area between Treviso, Padua and Venice, where the soil is particularly fertile, rich in precious air and spring water.
This variety is often referred to as the “flower” or the “edible rose” thanks to its gorgeous, elegant and billowing shape. It is typically produced around the provinces of Treviso, Padua and Venice, where the soil is fertile and rich in precious air and spring water.
Radicchio Fiore Rosso
This red flower radicchio is an exquisite winter variety that requires a complex research and selection process.
The Rosa (pink) variety is without a doubt one of the most ‘spectacular’ forms of radicchio, highly appreciated for its delicate taste and its decorative features.
Radicchio Rosso Tondo
This is one of the most consumed and popular varieties in the whole of Italy. The Radicchio Rosso Tondo (round red), available throughout the year, is grown in central Veneto, where the plain fields are fertile and rich in water.
The Semilungo (semi-long) variety has been grown in Veneto since the late 1700s, although its commercial farming only started at the beginning of the 20th century.
Asparago del Sile
Farming this white variety of asparagus is part and parcel of our local cultural identity and the techniques used have been passed down from one generation to the next.