Our Craft

Incanto, a name that wants to make you dream, stimulating all the senses, to give a special moment thanks to the excellence of the food and wine tradition.

Negociant background

Our Craft

Incanto was born from a desire: traveling in order to discover little-known lands to find the hidden treasures in the small forges of local producers. The refined search for quality is the compass that allows us to orient ourselves on this journey. We deeply believe in our selection of authentic excellence to the point of putting our signature and our seal of authenticity on it, becoming real négociants.
Our itinerary, always in progress, began in Italy, more precisely with enological products, and then extended to different categories of Italian and international food and wine products, selected with the same rigorous criteria of quality, craftsmanship, refinement and bond with the territory.

Our Mission

Synonymous with quality, craftsmanship and refinement, Incanto intends to promote the dissemination of authentic Italian and international food and wine excellences to a selected audience of connoisseurs, while providing the tools to deepen their knowledge of the products.
The collaboration with small artisans, located in different territories with unique characteristics, is fundamental to maintaining very high quality standards, in order to allow connoisseurs to be able to taste and appreciate the best niche production.

Mission background
Luca Barcellona background

Our artwork

Connoisseurs of culinary excellence want to associate a unique element of pleasure with singular moments in their day, allowing them to taste and remember that moment. The label of a quality wine, perhaps observed during the tasting, serves to complete these moments. The Incanto artwork, designed by Luca Barcellona – international reference name in contemporary calligraphy – comprises in an image the meticulous simplicity of gestures made with the brush, with their natural and material complexity, which are structured by overlapping and creating movement, so that the sensory experience of a sip of wine also brings with it a visual memory.