Old fashioned Tuscan snack

Simple is better. In the past, snack-time in the Tuscan countryside was synonymous with bread, olive oil, butter and wine. A common snack in the Fifties was bread with butter and sugar | bread, olive oil and salt and the favorite one (even for kids): bread, sugar and red wine!
Bread, wine and sugar & Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Flavia Cori]
Bread, wine and sugar & Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Flavia Cori]
Since it's unsalted, Tuscan bread is the pefect base ingredient for these kind of meals. Sweet or savory? How do you like your snack-break? Angela and Olivia, Italian I event planners, have arranged a lovely old-fashioned table setting at La Selva Giardino del Belvedere and here are some pics for you.
Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Flavia Cori]
Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Flavia Cori]
La Selva Giardino del Belvedere [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
La Selva Giardino del Belvedere [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Bread, wine and sugar & Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Bread, wine and sugar & Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Bread, butter and sugar [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Old fashioned snack [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Old fashioned snack [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Bread, wine and sugar [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
Bread, wine and sugar [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
La Selva Giardino del Belvedere [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]
La Selva Giardino del Belvedere [Photo credits: Kinzica Sorrenti]