archetypes of the complexity and multiplicity of honeys, wildflower honeys are the product of an infinite combination of nectars, whose colors, scents and aromas are like snapshots of the habitats they come from. blond, amber, with green, copper and red highlights, fruited, floral, mentholated, tannic, caramelized, vanilla, bitter, undergrowth, balsamic, astringent, salty, phenolic, malted, plant, licorice, liquid or creamy smooth. the name wildflower is often accompanied by a geographic indication, characteristic of each beekeeping area.
fresh cheeses with a soft texture are the best match. used to candy fruit or drizzled on ice cream and panna cotta.
in the kitchen
its versatility makes it suitable for a wide variety of uses, from dressings to marinades to cooking meat or fish, or as a natural sweetener in milk, tea and infusions.
altitude range: 0-1400m
bloom period: april to september
fabaceae, asteraceae, rosaceae, brassicaceae, boraginaceae, umbelliferae, leguminosae... the numerous species of plants present in italy, over 6,000 in all, account for more than half of the species in europe and offer honeys characterized by the flora of plains, hills, mountains and the unending cycle of the seasons. a symbiotic relationship binds flowers and bees. the flowers celebrate the bees, and each exists exclusively for the other.
pollens and combinations
abaceae, asteraceae, rosaceae, brassicaceae, boraginaceae, umbelliferae, leguminosae and an infinity of pollens from different blooms