I Sweet Primitivo Wine Tarallini are small ring-shaped biscuits coated with crystallized sugar on top. They’re so sweet and delicious that your guests will be asking for more.
There are products whose name alone already tells you their origin, and whether they’re food or drink, the only way to truly appreciate them is by holding them in your hands and savoring them, allowing yourself to be transported to the place where they come from through their scents and flavors.
A product that undoubtedly characterizes street food in the South of Italy is the tarallo, a simple circle of unleavened dough made from flour, oil, salt, water (or wine), and various ingredients added for flavor depending on the region of origin. The most well-known ones are, of course, those from Puglia and Naples, but each area has its own variants.
Among the many variations, even in the same Puglia, there are many, and sweet versions are also popular, reminiscent of donuts for a sweet breakfast or dessert after a meal, or as a sweet accompaniment to coffee, snack, or tea with friends. These are the Sweet Primitivo Wine Tarallini.
Naturally, these sweet biscuits or taralli cannot do without the addition of wine, and an excellent wine in the Salento area, renowned as well as delicious, is the Primitivo.