Leek, Cod, and Cannellini Chowder from “Love in the Kitchen”

Food bloggers Jasmine and Manuel over at Labna, Amore in Cucina (Love in the Kitchen) submitted this wonderful recipe as part of the Cantele Wines and Food Blogging project, their pairing for the Cantele stainless-steel Chardonnay. Enjoy! Leek, Cod, and Cannellini Chowder ingredients ½ lb. leeks, washed, trimmed, and sliced into thin rounds 2 cloves […]

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A Thousand and One Spring Rolls by Travel to Taste

Here’s the recipe submitted for our Cantele Wines and Food Blogging project by Italian food blogger and chef extraordinaire Travel to Taste… After a long period of reflection, I finally decided on a dish that was right for the Cantele winery Alticelli Fiano, the wine they asked me to pair for their Cantele Wines and […]

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Butternut Squash and Pecorino Soufflé by SOS Torta

The following recipe was created by Italian food blogger SOS Torta (isn’t the title of her blog “SOS Cake” fantastic?). She tasted our wines as part of the Cantele Wines and Food Blogging project. This is the first recipe to be submitted and there are more to follow! SOS Torta was inspired to create this […]

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Cantele and Puglia in Tokyo at Ostuni

In this case, I’m talking about Ostuni in Tokyo, one of our clients… not Ostuni, the beloved “white city” found in the province of Brindisi (Puglia). For those who speak Japanese, you can find all the information at www.piacerebuonvino-ostuni.com. But here are some notes for the rest of you. Ostuni is a restaurant-wine bar that […]

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Ciceri e Tria, a classic dish of Salentine cuisine

Today’s post is devoted to a classic recipe of Salentine cuisine: Ciceri e tria (called pasta e ceci in Italian), the famous pasta and chickpeas of Lecce. In this version of the rustic dish, Cantele’s chef “Orso” uses Negroamaro as one of the ingredients for the fried pasta.

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