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Tagliarelle Tuscan dry pasta: 100% Cappelli wheat from our farm
Experience the exceptional flavor of our Tagliarelle, a special pasta crafted from ancient wheat stone-ground flour using the LTDP (Low Temperature Drying Process) method. Made exclusively with 100% certified Durum wheat from our farm in Tuscany, this pasta embodies the rich heritage of Tuscan culinary traditions. Our commitment to quality is evident in the use of bronze dies for shaping and low-temperature drying, preserving nutritional properties and ensuring a unique, rough texture similar to homemade pasta.
Ingredients: Flour of Ancient Durum Wheat Cappelli, Water.
Ancient Grains Pasta – A Timeless Culinary Journey
Embark on a gastronomic adventure with our Old Wheats pasta, a tribute to centuries-old grains revived through sustainable practices on our farm. Cultivated with care, the finest grains undergo stone-ground processing at the historic Silvestri water mill, boasting a legacy spanning 500 years. This meticulous process results in exceptional flour, forming the basis for four distinct pasta varieties crafted using the Fabbri family’s century-old tradition.
Our pasta stands out with a blend of three ancient wheat varieties – Cappelli, Russello, and Tumminia. The Fabbri family method, utilizing ancient machinery and a Low Temperature Drying Process (LTDP) at 36°-38°C, preserves nutritional properties without harmful substances. In contrast, major pasta brands employ high-temperature methods compromising nutritional elements.
The outcome is pasta of unparalleled flavor and nutritional value, renowned for digestibility and suitability for those with gluten intolerance or diabetes. Experience the extraordinary with our Old Wheats pasta – a unique blend of tradition, flavor, and health, perfect for American pasta enthusiasts seeking authenticity and ancient grain goodness.