Combining rustic alpine culture with Mediterranean sophistication, the products found at Thea Wunderer’s provide a snapshot of the cuisine of South Tyrol, an autonomous province of northern Italy. The charcuterie is made by a family that has been in the business for decades—if not longer—using a recipe handed down through generations. The region’s defining foodstuff is speck alto adige PGI. A ham of Protected Geographical Indication, it can only be made in South Tyrol and has a distinctive taste and texture. Other products include mountain salami, air-dried beef, smoked sausages and alpine biltong.