Pastificio Vicidomini is the oldest continually operating family owned pasta factory in Italy. Since its start in 1812 the Vicidomini family has been producing artisan pasta with only two ingredients: durum wheat semolina from Altamura, Puglia and mountain spring water. The pasta is extruded through bronze dyes giving it a rough exterior perfect for absorbing sauce. The pasta is dried by natural air for 3 to 5 days; no heat is used to preserve nutrients and flavor. Italian chefs from the finest restaurants have been demanding this pasta from generations and it is sold at high end retailers across Italy.
Punte d’Ago is a super tiny, rice shaped pasta is perfect for children. Traditionally used in soups, it is also delicious with beans or with butter and cheese.
Cooking Time: 5 – 7 Minutes
Net Weight: 500g