Load the stockings with these unique gifts!
These stocking stuffers are anything but stuffy! From tasty treats to adorable accessories, they’re sure to be a hit with any recipient. Sometimes, the most fun comes in the smallest packages.
This award-winning hot chocolate mix is rich, dense, and utterly delightful, like a drinkable chocolate pudding. It’s made by a second-generation master chocolatier in the Piedmont region, known as the chocolate capital of Italy.
Mooove over, boring coffee sets! We saw one of these charming silver cow creamers when visiting the Riso Buono farm in Castelbeltrame in the Piedmont and it was in love at first sight.
Restaurant-perfect risotto without the work is a reality thanks to these ingenious kits from a rice farming family that have been operating near Turin since 1935. Everything is included to make a hearty risotto flavored with lemon, porcini, or local artichokes—just sauté, simmer, and serve!
Introduce the family to lively Italian card games like Scopa with these gorgeously illustrated playing cards, a must-have for design lovers. These classic Neapolitan-style cards are from Modiano, who have been making cards for more than 150 years.
The only thing more satisfying than these deliciously crispy, almond-scented cookies is the keepsake tin they come in. The vintage design features a hand-drawn scene of the 14th-century church in the town of Saronno where the history of these special cookies is kept.
Make their next aperitivo a little more glamorous with this pretty cocktail spoon, one of Giada’s favorite bar tools. They’ll feel like they’re on the Amalfi coast stirring up an Aperol spritz with its glittering length that will reach into the tallest highball glass.
Everything’s better with truffles in it! The chef-turned-owner of Tartuflanghe, a truffle expert based in the Piedmont region, was the first to make truffle-infused pasta, and it was an instant hit. Rich with local eggs and packed with flecks of summer truffle, this dried pasta is instant luxury.
Say hello (and goodbye) in style with this fun take on the classic nameplate necklace. Adorned with just a bit of bling, this gold-plated necklace on a smooth snake chain is whimsical chic at its finest.
For the Nutella lover, this assortment of Guido Gobino’s signature soft gianduja chocolates will be a revelation. From the ultra-dark Tourinot Maximo to delicate, orange-scented Bianco, these creamy chocolate-hazelnut treats cover the range of sweet cravings.
Decadent and rich, this candied chestnut cream is the height of the candymaker’s art. Plump Piedmontese chestnuts are slow-cooked with Madagascar vanilla and cane sugar, then puréed into a luscious cream for topping gelato, baked goods, and more.
Wear a love of pasta on your sleeve—er, shoulder—with a sustainably made, organic cotton tote that is as sturdy as it is charming. Replace those disposable shopping bags with a fun alternative that looks great while doing good for the earth.
This seaweed-infused body oil is packed with antioxidants and a soothing aromatherapy scent to tone, smooth, and deeply hydrate skin. The luxurious package is complimented by a tranquil gradient box designed by artist Jade Hirtle.
Every gardener and aspiring florist will adore these durable, never-fail steel shears that cut through the toughest branches like butter. With bright copper accents and a rugged carrying case, they’ll become a constant companion.
Soft, chewy, and studded with crisp Italian almonds and hazelnuts, there’s a reason torrone has been a beloved candy in the Piedmont region for hundreds of years. This bar takes the traditional nougat to the next level with a coating of ultra-dark chocolate.