The food and wine culture of Elba has its roots in a distant past, which has seen many peoples with their customs and traditions as protagonists.
The first to gastronomically colonize the island were the Romans, who brought many of the current agricultural cultures together with the famous vine.
Elban cuisine is synonymous with simplicity and quality of raw materials, which are produced on a small scale.
Do not miss the recipes based on fish, the real soul of the island.
To taste the “stockfish Riese style”, the Cacciucco all'elbana, the bonito in olive oil.
Wine lovers will find in the island's vines a true concentration of history, tradition and quality.
Produced on a very small scale (production has gone from 3000 hectares of cultivated land to only 200) the island's vines retain all their character and their strong and traditional taste.