Pataccaccie

The Pataccaccia is the local name that indicates the traditional local pasta made with water, flour and salt. The dough is rolled with a rolling pin and cut by hand into irregular stripes. The pasta is consumed immediately after cooking and is topped with tomato sauce, or served ‘white’ with Read more…

Serrone Donut

The donut is considered a symbol of wealth and a hope of prosperity. According to local traditions, women received the donut as a gift from the man who was going to ask their hand. When he arrived on the day of the wedding, the woman rested the donut on her Read more…

Olive oil Rosciola

The oil of Serrone is renowned and is mainly a ‘cultivar’ species called ‘Rosciola’, with small juicy olives, whose origins date back to the Roman poet Lucullus. The characteristics of the oil are a golden yellow colour with green reflection, a glazed appearance when it is not filtered during production. Read more…

Sculca Wine

From the sunny vineyards of Sgurgola has been born a tasty wine produced by Thomas Spaziani, a winemaker who loves his country and its traditions. The wine has the ancient name of the town, Sculca, and the label shows a fresco that is located on a spring in the centre.