Contact the Importers & Distributors of Italy at Your Table Wineries

Italian Wine Merchants

BELLAVISTA
Terra Moretti Trading USA, Inc.
27890 US HWY 281 N
San Antonio, TX, 78260
Mr. Giulio Galli, tel. (830) 980 8051

CAPRAI
FOLIO Fine Wine Partners
Katharine A. Harlan | Marketing Manager
phone: 707.256.2721
website: www.foliowine.com

CASTELLO DI ROMITORIO – FONTODI – GRAZIANO PRA
Vinifera Imports, Ltd.
205 13th Avenue
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
phone: (631) 467-5907
fax: (631) 467-6516
email: info@viniferaimports.com

ISOLE E OLENA – PROPRIETA’ SPERINO EAST COAST
Petit Pois
T/A Sussex Wine Merchants
50, Twosome Drive, Suite #3
Moorestown, NJ 08057
ph.: 856 608 96 44
Contatto: Chris McGowan
cell. 201 207 4617
mail: cmcgowan3@gmail.com

ISOLE E OLENA – PROPRIETA’ SPERINO WEST COAST
Grape Expectations
1091 Essex Avenue
Richmond, CA 94801
ph: 510 412 5969
 
Giuliana Imports
1200 Pearl Street #60
Boulder, CO 80203
ph.: 303.547.6343
Contact: Steve Lewis

FEUDI SAN GREGORIO
PALM BAY INTERNATIONAL
Riccardo Legnaro
Palm bay International
313 Underhill Blvd
SYOSSET, NY 11791
Stati Uniti d’America
T. +1 516824707 Ufficio

PETRA
Empson USA Inc.
719 Prince Street
Alexandria,VA 22314
T. (703) 684 0900
www.empsonusa.com

ROMANO DAL FORNO
VIAS IMPORTS LTD.
contact:Kay Borger
875 Sixth Avenue
New York, NY  10001
Ph:  +1 212 629 0200 Ext. 311

SANDRONE
Vintus Wines
42 Memorial Plaza Suite 21
Pleasantville, NY 10570 USA
+1 9147693000

Italy at Your Table is proud to recommend and introduce one of our partners and public speaking collaborators: Amy Cotler and her book, “The Locavore Way”.
Amy participates at public events and presented with us at a Berkshire Nutrition Center and Slow Food, Western Massachusetts Convivium Fundraiser at the Stagecoach Tavern. We look forward to working with her at on the 2011 US Tour of Italy a Your Table.

“The Locavore Way” is a great tool for teaching the “Slow Food” philosophy and how to apply it to every day living. Her work is taking this message out to the world. Her words teach and inspire individuals … to understand the “Slow Food” and “Local Food” movements.
~ Filippo Bartolotta

The Locavore Way: Discover and Enjoy the Pleasures of Locally Grown Food

Millions of Americans are rediscovering the pleasures of locally grown food. By eating food grown close to home, you can boost their health, nurture an open landscape, support a robust local economy and enhance a sense of community . . . all while savoring scrumptious, satisfying meals.

It’s no wonder that the number of farmers’ markets has more than doubled in the last 15 years. And, the number of people getting produce straight from the farm has increased almost twentyfold in the same period!

Enter The Locavore Way by Amy Cotler. For novices and veterans alike, this friendly guide to eating locally gives readers everything they need to buy, cook, and eat food grown, raised and produced close to home.

Cotler covers it all — Why eat locally, where to find local foods, how to eat locally on a budget, what questions to ask at the farmers’ market, and even how to grow your own food. She offers savvy shopping tips, simple guides to preparing whatever is in season, ideas for bringing out the best flavors in farm-fresh foods, and strategies to make the harvest last.  All this is toped off with a guide to building a better food system through local food advocacy, as well as a local food and sustainability glossary to unscramble terminology.

Cotler demystifies local foods and demonstrates how eating within one’s own “foodshed” is as simple as it is satisfying. The Locavore Way is at once a practical, how-to guide and a celebration of all that is fresh and flavorful. With this handy resource tucked into their canvas market tote, readers will have the information they need to find, select, store, prepare, and preserve the bounty . . . all year long!

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