Pastificio Gentile Gragnano

Gentile Pasta Factory, founded in 1876 in Gragnano Italy

Pastificio Gentile Gragnano The Pastificio Gentile offers very high quality products according to the rules that have made the Pasta di Gragnano so famous and adds elements that make its pasta unique: the wheat variety Senatore Cappilli, the natural drying method Cirillo and the processing with bronze molds enable a pasta unparalleled. Whether rolled, twisted, plucked or pressed, each format offers the characteristic well-being of real durum wheat pasta, with rough surfaces and lasting firmness as well as the necessary elasticity after cooking.
Pastificio Gentile Gragnano Gentile Pasta Factory, founded in 1876 in Gragnano Italy

The Pastificio Gentile offers very high quality products according to the rules that have made the Pasta di Gragnano so famous and adds elements that make its pasta unique: the wheat variety Senatore Cappilli, the natural drying method Cirillo and the processing with bronze molds enable a pasta unparalleled. Whether rolled, twisted, plucked or pressed, each format offers the characteristic well-being of real durum wheat pasta, with rough surfaces and lasting firmness as well as the necessary elasticity after cooking.

  • Pastificio Gentile Gragano Pasta

    Gentile Pasta Factory, founded in 1876, is one of the historic craft enterprises that has made the city of Gragnano famous all over the world for its pasta. Even today, in the era of modern technology, Gentile retains craftsmanship and attention to every detail, from the selection of raw materials to the control of production phases.

    A unique wheat
    The Pastificio Gentile has officially launched in June 2012 an important cooperation that consolidates not only the use of a 100% Italian wheat, as always, but the use of the famous Senatore Cappelli wheat variety for the production.

    Bronze shapes / bronze drawn:
    The bronze molds give the pasta a rough and porous surface. The excellent way to ensure that the sauce is very well received.


    copyright text : pastagentile.it
  • Pastificio Gentile Gragnano Pasta


    copyright photo / image: pastagentile.it
  • Wheat for Pastificio Gentile Gragano Pasta

    The ear of Senatore Cappelli wheat can reach 180 cm and has a full and hard tuft. This type of wheat was so hard to cultivate in the past because it was so high that wind and rain could partially destroy production, which was replaced by lighter varieties. It was the most widely used wheat in southern Italy and the islands until the end of World War II. The name comes from Senator Raffaele Cappelli, who in early 1900 promoted the Riforma Agraria. The decision of the Pastificio Gentile is so important: The fragrance, the taste and the tenacity of Pasta Gentile are now unmistakable.

    In order to best preserve the wealth of Senatore Cappelli, the Zampino family cooperates with the Mulino dei Fratelli Ferro in Campobasso, one of the longest-lived Italian mills. However, a company that has become modern in order to serve the market needs the powertrains to achieve the best possible quality.


  • #userlike_chatfenster#