Prosciutto Toscano is a distinctly delicious Italian meat
The unique flavor of this high quality Italian prosciutto comes from Tuscan pigs.
Serve thinly sliced on a charcuterie board to enjoy the flavor and texture of this meat alongside fresh melon and sharp cheese.
Not all types of prosciutto are the same! Prosciutto Toscano has characteristics that set it apart from other versions of the famed Italian meats. It all has to do with the location and its local climate, which affects the air in which the meat is dry-cured when it's salted and left to hang for a long period of time. For this reason, Viani prosciutto comes only from the hind legs of Tuscan pigs.
While both are mildly sweet and salty, Prosciutto Toscano has a more intense and earthy flavor than Prosciutto di Parma. It's not just sea salt that goes into the curing process, but other traditional Tuscan spices.
Serve this cured pork on a charcuterie platter with freshly sliced melon and Parmigiano Reggiano or another sharp Italian cheese. Or enjoy on a toasted sandwich with fresh herbs and melted cheese. Best paired with your favorite wine or wheat beer.
Viani first began as a sausage factory in 1922. Today, Viani uses those some traditional values to produce all of their meats, from salami to prosciutto and even game meat. This Italian company blends the ancient art of cured meats with advanced technology to bring every customer the best quality meat products.