Quince jam with grape must concentrate, Az. Si.Gi., 220gr.

Grandma sends you a gift.

Once upon a time in the Italian home, orange jars covered in cloth would quietly lay in the shade of the big dining room. In them was a comforting, soft, and tangy but sweet quince cream: cotognata, kept as a secret. This delicacy is now back, and Si. Gi.’s quince jam is waiting for you once again.


A dynamic and captivating body for this farm/company: a vivid image reaching out to the future, design packaging, an in-depth and extensive communicational campaign. Still the soul is ancient: Si. Gi.'s production brings to light the most traditional of preserves from the countryside of central Italian Marche region; often reconstructing lost, archaic recipes. Such as brodo di giuggiole (a fortified wine aromatized with jujubes), sapa (a slowly condensed Trebbiano grapes syrup), visciole al sole (sun-dried sour cherries in natural syrup); or any of the indigenous fruit varieties skillfully crafted into rural jams, whose voice can tell in a contemporary fashion the tale of an otherwise long-gone past.