What we do

CORONCINA Agriturismo

What we do

The Coroncina farm and agriturismo extend over 8 hectares or so, divided into three areas of organic production: a seasonal vegetable garden; 500 olive trees (mainly the local Coroncina variety, and also Leccino and Frantoio); and finally around 100 fruit trees. We have created a small pond to encourage endangered amphibians, including newts, as well as to serve as a drinking hole for animals such as porcupines, roe deer and wild boar.
The seasons ...

AND THEIR VEGETABLE GARDEN

orto verde

SPRING

Artichoke

Asparagus

Brandnetels

Broad bean

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celeriac

Fennel

Field herbs

Green beans

Jackdaw

Leek

Onions

Peas

Potatoes

Shallot

Spinach

Strawberries

Zucchini flower

orto giallo

SUMMER

Aubergine

Beans

Beat root

Carrots

Celery

Chard

Cucumber

Green beans

Melon

Onions

Pepper

Potatoes

Shallot

Strawberries

Tomatoes

Watermelon

Zucchini

orto rosso

AUTUMN

Belgian endive

Broccoli

Bruxell cabbage

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Champignon

Chard

Fennel

Jerusalem artichokes

Leek

Onions

Potatoes

Pumpkin

Red turnips

Savoy cabbage

Shallot

Thistle

orto azzurro

WINTER

Artichoke

Belgian endive

Broccoli

Bruxell cabbage

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Champignon

Distel

Fennel

Jerusalem artichokes

Leek

Onions

Potatoes

Pumpkin

Red radish

Savoy cabbage

Spinach

Turnip tops

White celery

Our

PRODUCTS

LE CONFETTURE

JAMS AND PRESERVES

On the south side of the property we have around one hundred fruit trees which produce apples, peaches, pears, quinces, and various indigenous varieties such as the local medlar. When in season, the fruit is used to make preserves, which are available to buy at the agriturismo. For the preparation of our jams we use cane sugar and the cooking time is reduced to allow the flavour to intensify; finally, the addition of certain spices to the jams gives an extra touch of originality.

OLIO

THE OLIVE OILS

The olives that we use are mainly the coroncina olive variety and also the piantone di Mogliano, ascolana, frantoio, leccino and mignola.

“VANESIO” OIL: CHARACTERISTICS

  • A blended oil (mixture of different types of olive described above).
  • Medium fruity.
  • Its scent has very slight nuances of grass, almond and tomato.
  • The flavour has an initial note of sweetness, with distinct hints of bitterness and heat.

“VANESIA” OIL: CHARACTERISTICS

  • Coroncina single variety oil.
  • A fruity flavour, bitter, piquant, with a strong scent of artichoke
biscotti

BISCUITS tasty and healthy

We enjoy making biscuits:

  • Cantuccini biscuits.
  • With hazelnuts and chocolate.
  • With corn flour and spicy seeds.
  • Crostata Italian Jam Tart.