The Medici family ruled the city of Florence in the region of Tuscany from 1433 until 1756. Every time a Tuscan village or town was conquered by the Florentine Army, a stone stamp marker with the Medici House symbol was put in evidence on the wall of the town or on the city hall building and the village became officially a “Borgo de’ Medici”.
To honor this historic heritage, in 1999 Massimo Pugi and his family founded Borgo de’ Medici Delizie Toscane in Prato (Tuscany). Working with some of the best artisans, farmers and beekeepers of the region, he developed a complete line of authentic Tuscan fine food creating an ideal village (Borgo) of specialty foods.
The commitment to promote and preserve
Tuscan Gastronomic Heritage
Over the past 20 years, Borgo de’ Medici has grown and developed into a multi-national company, with products now available in fine specialty stores in more than 30 countries. All of the products come from farms and workshops located in zones of specialization, and are owned by or associated with Borgo de’ Medici. And now, we bring to you Borgo de’ Medici USA Inc., a 100% family owned subsidiary created to import and directly distribute the Borgo de’ Medici line to specialty stores in the USA just as it is distributed in the Old World...
Hello, I’m Oprah, and I’m a truffaholic. This grouping of black truffle linguine, risotto, oil, salt, glaze, and mushroom sauce in a distressed-wood tray is a dream gift for anyone who shares my weakness.
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