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Peck, Milan

Peck, Milan

Peck is famous for its homemade ravioli and selection of more than 3,000 different kinds of Parmesan cheese. There is also a well-stocked wine cellar and a mind-boggling array of prosciutto. Even with all this choice, Peck still has something hidden up its sleeve - giant sweets that come in all sorts of different shapes and flavors.

What to buy here: Delicatessen in the Peck Gift Box.

No matter where you live, whenever you think of Italy, food is one of those things you may want to experiment if you come around and share with friends and relatives once home. The time sufficient to meet your need for trying all that Italy can offer might be too long, though. Unless you come to Milan and enter Peck, one of the most ancient food halls in town where local produce are presented and served with the same care you would expect in a boutique. Specialties at Peck's include Italian ham, pasta, olives, oil, over 100 cheeses and Piedmont white truffles. Choose those you like best or those inspiring you more and put them in your “gift box”. Gift boxes can be customized and can include either Italian saffron and rice to try some special Milanese Risotto once home, or Cabanon’s Bonarda and Franciacorta Pas Operé Bellavista if you want to taste some of the best regional wines. Should you opt for the Milanese Risotto, be aware that Superfino Carnaroli (4.50 euros per kilo) is one of the most famous and prestigious variety of Italian rice, esteemed for its big and consistent grains, with its relevant nutritional characteristics and exceptional gastronomic qualities. When cooking, the rice grains increase to a size three times bigger, maintaining nevertheless a unique plumpness. It can be accompanied by Peck's saffron stigmas coming from Sardinia (19.50 euros per gram), known for their intense taste and aroma, which is slowly but persistently released during cooking. In Peck's wine cellar you can find unique wines that tell the history of Italian wine-making. Cabanon's Bonarda (9 euros if sparkling or otherwise 15 euros) is a red wine which is only produced in excellent vintage years using grapes picked at maximum ripeness, whose bouquet, together with a round velvety flavor, make it the excellent serving with first courses and hearty red meats. Franciacorta wines are also a must and the Pas Operé Bellavista (44 euros) is especially known as a special occasions champagne whose fruity taste perfectly fits fish dishes. Depending on the number, type and variety of goods you may want to introduce in your customized gift box, pricing are variable.

Operation hours: Thursday-Saturday: 9 am- 8 pm.

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Sight Name: Peck
Sight Location: Milan, Italy
Sight Type: Shopping
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Walking Tours in Milan, Italy

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