Produced according to the DOP San Daniele Prosciutto Consortium standards, the legs of this cured ham have been thoroughly selected by experienced Levoni personnel, and only those with the ideal characteristics proceed to be aged for 16 months. Slices are of a red color, with rosy lean parts and silky white fatty parts. This ham is characterized by an intense aroma and a delicate taste with notes of almonds and nuts, only seasoned with time and much care.

Produced according to the DOP San Daniele Prosciutto Consortium production standards
Fresh legs thoroughly selected by experienced company personnel
Only legs with ideal characteristics are selected for the 16 months of aging
The slice has a red color, with rosy tones in the lean part, whereas the fat part has a white silky color
The aroma is intense, the taste delicate, with a subtle nutty aftertaste


Levoni has never compromised origins. We maintain we are as Italy made us: proudly delicious.



A supply chain made of prime materials. Pork cherished and celebrated for ages creates our legacy.



All of our farming, breeding, producing, curing, and seasoning happens in one place before the US.


History and
interesting facts

The Prosciutto di San Daniele PDO has a very ancient history that has its origins in 400 BC. The production follows a strict Production Regulations Document that sets forth origin, feeding of the pigs and all the phases of the processing. Unique for the presence of the foot. Levoni offers the 18- and 24-month Reserve version.


The slice in the muscular part is pinkish red, with white or pinkish-white streaks ("marbling"). The covering fat is white and compact. The aroma is delicate and can become more persistent if the product is very matured. The flavour is well balanced between the sweet note and the typical aromas of matured meat, with the result of a very round and particularly pleasant taste sensation.

Once the product has been trimmed, cut into very thin slices using a slicer or by hand. The art of knife cutting is always extraordinary.

Pairing and Wines

We suggest classic combinations such as melon, figs, burrata or mozzarella cheese, butter curls, special types of bread and breadsticks. Excellent on bread with oil and shredded fresh tomato skin deprived of the skin or with a salad of spinach.

A classic pairing is with Friuli Colli Orientali CDO Friulano, a wine with a slightly aromatic, intense aroma and spicy notes. It is soft, persistent, with fruity sensations reminiscent of ripe pear on the palate.