Slow Food Italy created a publishing house in 1989 to publish books and magazine that raise the profile of quality food and wine production; safeguard endangered artisan specialties, vegetable species and animal breeds; inform and educate consumers; and promote clean, sustainable agriculture and a new idea of gastronomy.
Slow Food Editore publishes gastronmic guide books (olive oil, wine, osteria etc), regional recipe books, food literature, critical thinking on eco-gastronomy, slow travel guides, educational textbooks and the Slowfood magazine for Italian members.
Based in Italy, the majority of books are available in Italian only, however a few key books have been translated into English, including:
Slow Wine, 2011
The Slow Food Dictionary to Italian Regional Cooking, 2010
Osterie & Locande D’Italia: A Guide to Traditional Places to Eat and Stay in Italy, 2007
Italian Cheese, 2005
A Wine Atlas of the Langhe: The Great Barolo and Barbaresco Vineyards, 2003
For more information in Italian, and for contact details, please visit the Slow Food Editore website.