Features Overview

Our most popular specialities all have the same secret: the ingredients are crafted with perfect balance and composition. In everything we do, all our ingredients are chosen with care. We only use the highest quality raw materials, paired with careful handwork and attention to detail. Most notably, our recipes have been handed down for three generations; always cherishing the craft, technique and ingredients. 

Photo & Graphic Credits: Nico Lopez Bruchi

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The most famous pastry we are known for is our Millefoglie cake. Our customers say it is unique, fragrant, crisp and delicate in flavor, offering the perfect balance. For weddings the cake itself is created and brought to life on scene live. They get to see first hand, how the cake is assembled, watching the mastermind Giancarlo create a cake to resemble the beautiful couple. But, the biggest wow factor is the cake itself, unlike anything you have tried before, it is truly melt in your mouth delicious.

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A traditional Tuscan pastry traced back to the Medieval ages. It is the perfect complement to our local sweet wine, Vin Santo. Our receipt traces back to three generations; a perfect balance of ingredients capturing the delicious taste of history.



This biscuit is an original Tuscan pastry dating back to the Etruscans. It is meant to be preserved for a long period of time, as much of the food needed to be during this era. Cavallucci become even more popular during the medieval ages. Our receipt comes from Terzilio Giovannini, one of our secret receipts capturing Tuscany's rich history.


Frittelle is a Venetian pastry, which originated during the Roman period. It is documented as the oldest Venetian cuisine (1300s). Our receipt is three generations old, from Valeria Giovannini, its comes from Tuscany's own influential style on the historical pastry. Frittelle is most popular during Italy's carnival months of February & March. 

Torta di Cecco

A traditional Tuscan Christmas cake brought to life during the Medieval ages. It is similar to gingerbread, but more delicate in flavor.