Categories: Salami

SOPRESSA CALABRESE

Made using the same traditional flavours as our very popular Calabrese Salami, only cured in a wider casing. Slightly spicy and perfect for sandwiches or a chacuterie board accompanied with a strong red wine and cheese.

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BAMBINO SALAMI

Miniature sized salami for when you don’t want to share. Individually packed in 220g portions. Available in four of our most popular flavours. Calabrese, a rich taste of Winter with a lot of spice to keep you warm; Vicentina, a mild Spring flavoured salami freckled with black pepper corn and hints of Italian herb; Tartufo, holds the robust flavour of an Italian Summer using shaved black truffles; Fennel & Garlic, an intense aroma of Autumn with fennel seeds and crushed garlic.

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Finocchiona

Known as “finochiona” to Italians, it is flavoured with fennel and a dash of garlic.

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Italiano

A mild, traditional Italian salami. Flavoured with salt and black pepper, it is favoured by young and old.

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Quattro Stelle Salami

Our version of a “pepperoni” salami. This salami is a gourmet style pepperoni. It’s smoked and cured and then air-dried for a minimum of two months. Mild in flavour with a dash of spice.

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Sopressa Vicentina

A large sized salami, 100mm in diameter and 5kgs in weight. Originates from the Italian region of Vicenza. It’s a course minced pork meat and flavoured with white wine, rosemary, garlic and other secret herbs and spices. Air dried for a minimum of three months. It also has a sweet aroma and taste.

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Tartufo

A salame flavoured with black truffle shavings. The truffles are imported from Toscana, Italy and retail at $700 per kilo. Quattro Stelle is proud to be the first to introduce black Truffle flavoured salame made in Australia. This is why we name it “The Original Tartufo Salame”.

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Ventricina

Flavoured with salt, black pepper and infused with white wine. It’s distinct horse shoe shape gives it a unique look to all the rest.

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Nduja Salami

A hard version of the famous “Nduja Tradizionale” or spreadable version. If you prefer a super hot salami, then nduja is perfect.

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Cacciatore

In older times, when hunters were trekking they needed to take food with them that was lightweight to carry and lasted for many days. Hence, cacciatore meaning “hunters” in Italian, was invented. Available in mild or spicy flavours..

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