Baratti & Milano Piazza Castello Tin of Gianduiotti 450 Grams
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Baratti e Milano Latta Piazza Castello Ripiena di Gianduiotti
Legend has it that Baratti & Milano perfected the famous gianduiotti and became the royal chocolate makers to the House of Savoy.
Creamy and smooth, a perfect balance between milk chocolate and hazelnut. This perfect gianduiotto melts in your mouth and leaves a persistent finish well after it's gone. Pure happiness in chocolate form. Famous wine writer Ian D'Agata has said, "Baratti e Milano is the 'Grand Cru' of Gianduiotti".
This keepsake collectable tin of the famous Piazza Castello in Torino, or Turin, contains 450 grams of Baratti and Milano's world famous and royal chocolate invention, Gianduiotti. Gianduiotti is a delectable mix of Baratti's famous milk chocolate made from a proprietary blend of cacao beans from Ecuador and Ghana and Europe's best milk from Normandy France.
Net Wt. 450g/15.9oz
Gianduja Hazelnut Milk Chocolate. Sugar, hazelnuts (26%), cocoa mass, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier: soya lecithin.
Produced in the same facility as and may contain trace amounts of pistachios and almonds.
Store in a cool dry place, without sun and odor. 68 to 73 degrees F.
Learning more about Turin, Italy:
The city of Turin has a rich culture and history, being known for its numerous art galleries, restaurants, churches, palaces, opera houses, piazzas, parks, gardens, theatres, libraries, museums and other venues. Turin is well known for its Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neo-classical, and Art Nouveau architecture.
To be enjoyed:
Both a creamy sherry or tawny port would pair nicely with the hazelnut forward flavor of this particular chocolate if serving as an after dinner affair. Also pairs well alongside a red wine with a hint of spice such as a Petite Syrah or for a mild blend choose a Dolcetto, Nebbiolo or even a Rioja blend. For a different setting pair alongside a cremoso or with a frosty glass of cow's milk or oat milk.