Grandma Angela’s Preserve is inspired by the culinary tradition passed down from generation to generation. This preserve encapsulates the richness of carefully selected ingredients. The Tomato Sauce, the vibrant heart of the preserve, is enriched with fennel, adding a fresh herbal note, and shallots, providing a subtle sweetness. The crispy pine nuts, sweet raisins, and salty anchovy create a play of contrasts that makes this preserve unique. Extra virgin olive oil, with its enveloping aroma, brings the ingredients together, while salt regulates the complexity of flavors. Grandma Angela’s Preserve is suitable for enhancing pasta, meat, bruschetta, or cheeses.

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The Virgona Farm is born as a culmination of a long winemaking tradition, contributing to the enhancement of wine production in Salina, given the economic, social, historical, and cultural importance that this sector has always had on the island.
The Aeolian Islands archipelago takes the shape of a “Y,” and right in the center is Salina, the ancient Dydime, the twin island formed by two ancient extinct volcanoes: Monte Fossa delle Felci and Monte dei Porri, now protected by a Nature Reserve. Within the 27 square kilometers of this lush volcanic land, a variety of environmental and scenic resources are concentrated, constituting a heritage to be tenaciously preserved.
It is divided into three small municipalities: Malfa on the northern slope, Santa Marina on the eastern coast, and Leni in the southern inland. Every year, it’s a sought-after destination for thousands of tourists enthusiastic about the beauty the island offers, with its crystal-clear and uncontaminated waters, considered a true paradise for scuba divers; beaches, coves, and inlets for yachtsmen, sea-carved cliffs, and spectacular sunrises and sunsets with kaleidoscopic colors.
Salina is the island that more than others has managed to safeguard its rural soul and maintain the typical, genuine, and authentic nature of its traditional economy, based on caper cultivation and the production of the famous Malvasia wine.
The island’s vibrant colors and intense scents are also captured and reimagined in the variety of cuisine that offers different interpretations of the local gastronomic tradition.


Tomato sauce, wild fennel, shallots, pine nuts, raisins, anchovy, extra virgin olive oil, salt.

Weight 0,200 kg
Nutritional Values per 100 g:

Energy: 606 kJ / 145 kcal
Fat: 9.13 g
Of which saturated fat: 1.2 g
Carbohydrates: 14.2 g
Of which sugars: 8.3 g
Proteins: 1.6 g
Salt: 1.73 g

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