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A Simple, Joyful Feast

Viola has spent the past few days discovering the simple joys of Castello di Serragiumenta. Today, she and Rita are excited to toast to the new WÜSTHOF Amici knife series, inspired by the sun-drenched Perugian city of Castello, and to Nonna Olga, the matriarch of the family, who has been running the kitchen at its 16th century castle for over sixty years.
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The Faces of Classic Color

Meet the five WÜSTHOF employees that inspired our most colorful knives yet. Melinda, Richardson, Manuel, Micha, and Sonja showcase just how well the small details in life can highlight our own “Original” spirits.

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Meet The WÜSTHOF Classic Colours
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Meet The WÜSTHOF Classic Colors

Influenced by our primary muse, these five fresh Classic Colors are inspired by ingredients from the food world. We’re thrilled to introduce them to you! Please meet: Velvet Oyster, Purple Yam, Coral Peach, Pink Himalayan Salt, and Tasty Sumac.

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A Simple, Joyful Feast

Castello di Serragiumenta is located on a hill surrounded by vineyards and olive groves in the Calabrian countryside...

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Making Memories with Family

Everyone loves Nonna Olga’s food at Castello di Serragiumenta – especially her grandson Daniele...

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WÜSTHOF Classic 8" Chef's Knife
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The Original

Today, food fans around the world still love this timeless iconic shape, knowing they can always rely on its unique quality.

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Harald & Viola Wüsthof
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Family Friends Favorites Guide

Find out which blades the Wüsthof family and friends have on hand in their own kitchens.

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Viola Wüsthof
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Women of WÜSTHOF

In honor of International Women’s Day, we spoke with some of WÜSTHOF’s leading women about their career accomplishments, inspirations, and the best advice they’ve ever received.

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WÜSTHOF Factory in Solingen, Germany
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The Wüsthof Family Through the Years

Explore the remarkable journey of the Wüsthof family, from a small workshop in 1814 to one of the world’s leading knife manufacturers. Join us as we travel through centuries of heritage, innovation, and adaptability, from the humble beginnings of Johann Abraham Wüsthof’s “Shears Factory, Steel, and Iron Works” to the seventh-generation leadership of Harald and Viola Wüsthof. Discover how this family business thrived through wars, challenges, and changing times, all while maintaining its commitment to craftsmanship.

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Ranch to Table

What drives a successful knife manufacturer from Solingen to the barren expanse of North East Nevada, USA? Nothing less than love and over 3,000 cattle.

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WÜSTHOF Innovations: The Sacrificial Anode

Discover the iconic element in WÜSTHOF knives that prevents corrosion and makes each WÜSTHOF knife virtually indestructible.

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A Look Inside the Cutlery Center of the World

Welcome to Solingen, Germany, the home of WÜSTHOF knives for over two-hundred years.

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A Brief History of Knife Production

The knife as we know it today is the result of millions of years of innovation, artisanship, and cultural influences.

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Grandma’s Potato Salad & Kottenbutter with Harald & Viola Wüsthof
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Grandma’s Potato Salad & Kottenbutter with Harald & Viola Wüsthof

Harald and Viola Wüsthof prepare two German recipes: A typical German Potato Salad and Kottenbutter.

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