Linguine Antico Pastificio Umbro
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Linguine - 500g

Antico Pastificio Umbro
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Linguine are made with 100% select Italian durum wheat, bronze died and dried at low temperature.

Long pasta types are hand crafted just as they were at the
beginning of the century by the skilful hands of the Mastri Pastai (Master pasta makers).

It's one of the few producers that roll up the linguine in small honeycomb for the drying process.

The packaging shows the beauties and the symbols of Italy, on this pack there is the "Ponte S. Trinità" of Florence.

Is perfect for a gift and for pasta lovers.


  • Tenuos color tend to withe
  • Slightly perfumed
  • Good yield
  • Tasty and lightly sticky during chewing


Antico Pastificio Umbro lies at the foot of Mount Subasio, between Assisi, Perugia and Spoleto, all jewels of the green Umbria region.

The production is inspired by the tradition of Umbrian pasta makers who existed already at the beginning of the century. During the 80’s, the activity was revamped thanks to the initiative of Fernanda Mariottini, portrayed in the wheat fields that her family cultivated on the hills between Spello and Assisi. The family started to operate in the field of farming when men were a key resource and the hills were dotted with sheaves of freshly harvested wheat and with barns ready to face the winter.