The soppressa is the most important product of our range. Its production is particularly accurate and the selection of the ingredients is perfomed following ancient traditions. The dough is the result of a special selection of particular parts of the shoulder and jowl bacon, stuffed into natural casings and strictly linked by hand. The aging in the cellar helps to reach the traditional softness of this product keeping the typical taste that makes the soppressa one of the most typical product of the Venetian tradition.
The Salumificio Bazza in Terrassa Padovana is a company specialising in the production of high quality artisan cured meats. Founded in 1968, the company has a long tradition in meat processing and the production of cured meats typical of Veneto cuisine.
Inside the delicatessen, one breathes an atmosphere of genuine passion and dedication for the craft of pork butchery. Bazza's craftsmen work with only the best raw materials, carefully selected local suppliers and rigorously controlled at every stage of processing.
In the production workshop, you can see the expert pork butchers at work, engaged in the preparation of high quality cured meats such as prosciutto crudo, pancetta, salami, coppa and many more. Each stage of processing is carried out with care and precision, following traditional methods and using modern, state-of-the-art equipment.
Salumificio Bazza is a true gastronomic treasure of the Veneto region, a company that best represents the region's culture and culinary traditions. In addition to the production of cured meats, the company also offers guided tastings and visits to the production workshop, to introduce the public to the passion and dedication behind the creation of these excellent products.
Delicatamente Lightly bitter, with delicate perlage and thick froth, it is fit for every occasion
Its strong and malt taste reminds the old tradition of the brewers.
A beer in which the malt flavour, strong and attractive, is stressed.
Smooth round beer with an intense aroma of malt, honey and acacia as well as a slight hint of bitterness at the end.
Veal sausages have also found in the South Tyrolean kitchen their firm place and are generated after Old-Bavarian recipe. Traditionally it is enough to warm up the veal sausages in hot water and to serve with sweet mustard and a lye pretzel. In addition a Bavarian wheat beer tastes especially well. However, they also enrich records with "cooked Mixed" and Bozner sauce.
expert hand made for gourmets, fine and light food for each, after original recipe.