Ancient Wheat Gigli Mulino Val’D’Orcia 500g :
They use valuable varieties of ancient grains, grown on the farm organically, such as Senatore Cappelli durum wheat and Verna soft wheat. Their pasta produced with stone-ground durum wheat semolina and soft wheat flour, has a higher fibre and mineral content than industrial pasta and maintains the lipid-vitaminic properties of wheat, is more balanced and has a lower glycemic index.
INGREDIENTS: 80% organic durum wheat wholemeal semolina Senatore Cappelli, 20% organic soft wheat flour type 2 Verna, Water.
NUTRITIONAL VALUES (average per 100 g): Energy 1423kJ/337 Kcal, Fatty Acids 2,40 of which saturated g 0,48 g, Carbohydrates 61,90 g of which sugars 4,15 g, Fibres 9,30 g, Protein 12,20 g Salt 0g
Conservation period: 18 months
About the Producer, Mulino Val’D’Orcia :
Mulino Val d’Orcia was born 10 years ago thanks to an intuitive idea of Luchino, who decided to buy the mill and a small kneading machine. his son Amedeo thus began to participate in short supply chain markets to make their products known and thanks to the success achieved, passion and commitment, the idea born for fun has turned into an excellence: a unique production reality in the area.
The Azienda Agricola Grappi Luchino has been producing organically since 1992 in the town of Pienza, in the heart of the Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the beauty of the landscape and the balance between nature and human activity.
The farm, run by the family for generations, covers more than 100 hectares, 85 of which are arable land where they grow cereals such as durum wheat, soft wheat, spelt, oats and barley in rotation with grain legumes such as chickpeas, lentils and beans.
Their history is rooted in the sharecropping tradition and the passion and love for the land has been handed down from father to son for generations, in fact the mill is now located in the building that once housed the shed of agricultural tools of grandparents sharecroppers renovated according to the tradition of the Sienese countryside.