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Fresh vegetables

On the 2000 square meters of vegetable garden there are many varieties of vegetables; there're also small fields with asparaguses and pumpkins. It's requires a lot of work, but it's satisfying to be able to pick up every sort of color (and flavor!)

Fresh fruit

We enjoy old varieties of apples, pears, peaches, plums and persimmons; also hazelnuts, almonds, grapes, berries (mostly strawberries and blackberries). We tried pomegranates and goji, to be sure not to be short of anything!

Fines herbs

This is a passion for us and every year we plant new varieties: wild fennel, camomile, marjoram, hyssop, savory, oregano, peppermint, melissa, thyme, sage, horseradish, basil... we use them a lot in our cooking and to make herbal tea and dried powder.


A lot of fruit and very little sugar: we like it that way, when you open them you can smell summer. Apple, peach, fig, plum, blackberries (2 different kinds), elderberry, watermelon, wild berry, ecc. There are some for every taste!

Salty jams

Very good to go with cheese, boiled meat and fish. Or simply for spreading on some homemade bread! Traditional recipe such as "cugnà" o recent ones like pumpkin and eggplant chutney or red onions chutney.

Fruit juices and pulp

Just fruit pulp and lemon juice in two versions: with (little) sugar or sugar-free: for a dense and tasty peach, or apricot, apples, pears, apple and pears juice. To eat with a spoon like a mousse, or add a little water for a juicy cup!


Tomato sauce is indispensable in italian cooking. We make it with tomato variety "Cuore di bue". We also store lots of other vegetables in glass jars: aubergines, zucchini, peppers... To have ready in winter the summer taste!

Powdered herbs and vegetables

To color and give more taste to homemade pasta, brisè, crepes... They are dried herbs and vegetables, then powdered, and so easy to use. Sage, blister leaf, pepper, savory, basil, oregano, carrot leaf, marjoram, beet, tomato skin.


Our hens roam free outside in a large pen and they have a varied diet: from cereals to what we don't use in our vegetable garden.