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  • Frantoio Bonamini Fusilli
  • Frantoio Bonamini Fusilli
  • Frantoio Bonamini Fusilli

Frantoio Bonamini Fusilli

Veneto, Italy
Regular price $8.95 Unit price per
Produced by Frantoio Bonamini

A product of Italian tradition made with durum wheat semolina and extruded using bronze dies.

  • Fusilli 500gr (17.6 oz)

    Durum wheat semolina pasta.

Description

This spiral pasta from Frantoio Bonamini is made by selecting the best wheat and combining it with timeless Italian experience and crafsmanship. Extruded using bronze dies, the pasta has a rough texture that maximizes the flavors of your dishes.

Ingredients: durum wheat semolina and water.

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Frantoio Bonamini

Located in the countryside northeast of Verona in the province of Veneto, a region well-known for quality wines (such as Amorone della Valpolicella), Bonamini grows their olive trees across terraces and high hills not suited to grape cultivation. This family-run business is managed by Giancarlo & Sabrina Bonamini, whose trees include native varieties Grignano and Favarol, in addition to the more common Italian varieties Frantoio, Leccino and Moraiolo.

The weather of Northern Italy exposes the trees to cold winters, which results in olive fruit with unique sensory characteristics. All the olives are hand harvested due to the challenging terrain, and then crushed cold the same day of harvest to create elegant and aromatic extra virgin olive oils.

MADE FOR YOU BY

Frantoio Bonamini

Located in the countryside northeast of Verona in the province of Veneto, a region well-known for quality wines (such as Amorone della Valpolicella), Bonamini grows their olive trees across terraces and high hills not suited to grape cultivation. This family-run business is managed by Giancarlo & Sabrina Bonamini, whose trees include native varieties Grignano and Favarol, in addition to the more common Italian varieties Frantoio, Leccino and Moraiolo.

The weather of Northern Italy exposes the trees to cold winters, which results in olive fruit with unique sensory characteristics. All the olives are hand harvested due to the challenging terrain, and then crushed cold the same day of harvest to create elegant and aromatic extra virgin olive oils.