Pesto Genovese Organic with PDO basil and EVO oil 100g

Sommariva

The excellence of a typical Ligurian product in a jar: this organic pesto is made according to the traditional Genovese recipe, only using top quality certified organic ingredients. The basil used is Genovese and has the Pdo and the Organic certificate.

Organic Genovese pesto is excellent both with first dishes of the Ligurian and Italian cuisine than enjoyed directly on croutons. To try with the typical Ligurian pasta like “trenette” “trofie” or "linguine"

€9,00
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  • Weight: 100g
  • Region: Liguria
  • Ingredients: Extra virgin olive oil, Genoese Pdo basil, pine nuts, Pdo Parmigiano Reggiano, salt, garlic
  • Storage temperature: 5 - 20° C
  • Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, after opening in the refrigerator
  • Shelf-life: 18 months

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Region

Liguria

Washed by the Ligurian Sea and dominated by the Ligurian Alps and Ligurian Apennines to the north, Liguria is one of Italy’s smallest regions, worldwide famous for its amazing Cinque Terre, that keeps many more treasures. The Ligurian cuisine has the scents of the sea and of basil, basil that combined with oil, garlic, cheese and pine nuts becomes pesto, one of its most famous specialties. A key ingredient of the local cuisine is fish but also vegetables, without neglecting traditional focaccia and farinata.

Producer

Sommariva

For many, it’s a job, for Sommariva instead it is taking care of all the land provides. Love and respect for the land. This is Sommariva philosophy of work, made of passion and commitment to convert the wonderful fruits of land into delicious recipes, since more than 100 years.