Polo del Gusto

The new holding of Gruppo Illy, based on the concept of "Disruptive Quality"

Polo del Gusto was born with the mission of becoming a worldwide reference for culture and excellence in the gourmet/super-premium segment worldwide. It places itself on the market as an innovative group by offering a selection of unmatchable high quality products, defined as disruptive quality. The Illy SpA Group includes Domori, Mastrojanni, Dammann Frères and the subsidiary Agrimontana. The latest entry of the Polo is Canonica a Cerreto, a unique Chianti producer in the Tuscany.

In Italy Domori distributes some precious realities that are part of the Illy Group united by a single purpose: following excellence and expressing it in every product.

Dammann Frères

Exclusive blends of tea, of different nature and provenience, that are recognized among the most valuable in the world.

Historic French tea house, it was the first company to make tea with natural flavoring. In their laboratory, based in Dreux, teas are received from the best gardens of Ceylon, India, China, Korea, Vietnam and Japan, as well as from Africa and Brazil.

Experience, creativity and elegance are the values ​​that distinguish Dammann Frères.

Agrimontana

A leading company in the sector of jams and candied fruit, it is renowned for its marron glacés and decorative violets.

Offer the best of nature and allow everyone to savor it, discover it and fall in love with it. This is the dream that, in 1972, has led to the creation of Agrimontana, a reality that treats excellent natural raw materials according to the most consolidated artisan techniques: hands, passion and nature are the cornerstones of Agrimontana.

Taittinger

Champagne expressing of the fresh and elegant style of Chardonnay.

The cuvée composed entirely of Chardonnay of the best Grand Cru of the prestigious Côte des Blancs is today the icon of the Maison: the Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs, rests for up to ten years in a  1700 years old treasure chest of the Gallo-Roman crayère, today part of the UNESCO heritage.

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