Italy’s most celebrated food magazine, the historic La Cucina Italiana launched its new English-language edition this week at Eataly in New York.
And when you pick up your copy of the new magazine, you’ll find an ad from Villa Sandi featuring the Prosecco DOCG appellation. We wanted to support the new publication because it remains the number-one resource in the world for all things related to Italian food and wine.
Founded in the 1920s by a group of leading Italian intellectuals and literary figures, the magazine was initially conceived as a sort of “encyclopedia” of Italian gastronomy. Over the years, and still today, it is an iconic fixture in Italians’ homes: You’ll often see them neatly lined up on a book shelf, sometimes stretching back decades, the same way Americans proudly display their collections of National Geographic.
Long before English-language food and wine writing and food and wine television became popular across the world, La Cucina Italiana (meaning literally Italian cuisine set the standard for what food media could be.
Of course, part of what made and still makes the magazine so special is the subject matter!
We couldn’t be more thrilled that La Cucina Italiana has launched in the U.S. and we are proud to support this new and noble endeavor.
CAMPAGNA FINANZIATA AI SENSI DEL REG. UE N. 1308/2013
CAMPAIGN FINANCED ACCORDING TO EU REG. N. 1308/2013