Gastronomy

Welnut of Sorrento

WALNUT OF SORRENTO There is evidence that the walnut has been present in Campania since at least the first century AD. Taste of Sorrento Via San Cesareo 101 80067 Sorrento (NA) Ph. +0818784592 – Fax. 081.360.69.04 tasteofsorrento.sorrentoinfo.com Continua a leggere »

Lemon of Sorrento

LEMON OF SORRENTO According to some, the lemon was brought to Campania in the first century BC by the Jews, for whom it had a ritual value. Taste of Sorrento Via San Cesareo 101 80067 Sorrento (NA) Ph. +0818784592 – Fax. 081.360.69.04 tasteofsorrento.sorrentoinfo.com Continua a leggere »

Orange of Sorrento

ORANGE OF SORRENTO Oranges and lemons were already an important source of income for the Sorrento-Amalfi Peninsula as far back as 1300 and fed an intense flow of direct export to the main Italian and European markets. Taste of Sorrento Via San Cesareo 101 80067 Sorrento (NA) Ph. +0818784592 – Fax. 081.360.69.04 tasteofsorrento.sorrentoinfo.com Continua a leggere »