Our first ever exclusive Australian wine. Skilly is Australia in a bottle with the rich purple berry notes of the native lilly pilly and the menthol herby tones of the Dorrigo pepperleaf. It comes from the historic Quelltaler vineyard, planted in 1858, and was made just for Dedalus by Seppeltsfield, one of the most historic estates in all of Australia.
A new shape from Giampiero Bea. Like his other pastas, it is created using Senatore Capelli whole durum wheat grown on the Bea estate, ground into flour using a thousand-year old mill, and then sent to Pasta Fabbri, a fifth generation pasta maker in Chianti, where it is drawn through using antique bronze molds. This pasta holds sauce exceptionally well, try it with a traditional ragu or pasta a la norma.
Two of our favorite Italian estate producers have joined forces to bring us this artfully spicy honey. The Bianco family harvests linden flower honey from its busy Piedmontese hives and infuses it with estate-grown Calabrian peperoncini and a touch of bright pink peppercorn. This honey is equally perfect as a topping for your next pizza night or drizzled on slices of your favorite Italian sheep's milk (we're fans of the Pecorino Tuada).
Graza's new line of Olive Oils brings a transparent approach to their back-to-basics production process. Their Andalusian producers harvest, crush, press and filter, producing a mouth wateringly fresh olive oil that is never blended. Match this quality with a quirky squeeze bottle and you have a product destined to be a kitchen staple.
Made from 100% Spanish Picual olives picked and pressed mid-season, this EVOO is buttery and smooth; perfect for pan-fried, herb encrusted fish or squid.
Singapore-based Fossa team’s dedication to high quality ingredients shines in this limited edition bar for the winter season. Dried sweet Fuji apples dusted with aromatic Ceylon cinnamon adorn dark oat milk chocolate from Semuliki Forest, Uganda. A delicate bar with a lingering finish.
It’s always a treat to have white Burgundy grace our tables, and this generous offering from Olivier Morin is almost outrageous at its price point. From the village of Chitry, this bottle expresses the best of what the chalk and limestone of Burgundy have to offer: rich green apple underlined with refreshing minerality.