Italians love panettone and it there is no Christmas without a panettone, whether a traditional one with candied and sultanas or a more modern interpretation even though Panettone is now produced all year round, it has now become much more than a Christmas cake, thanks to the hundreds of different interpretation given by artisan chefs, not least because the warm temperature maintain the cake moist and soft, preventing from getting dry.
This beautifully, hand wrapped artisan Panettone is made using mother yeast and slowly risen for 48 hours, the cake is light, soft, moist, with a beautiful aroma and filled with candied fruit and sultanas, a classic flavour taken to another level due to the quality of the ingredients, 100% natural. To enjoy our artisan panettone at its best, make sure to leave it a few hours at room temperature before serving it.
If you want to learn about the difference between Artisan and Industrial Panettone read the post on our blog
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Pasticceria Castello is a dream come true, is Angelantonio dream, the dream he always had, open his own “pasticceria” in his town, in Campania.
After years spent studying and working in some of the best pasticcerie all over Italy, in 2013 he finally opened his own, a dream came true. he wanted to come back where he was born and his family and friends were, He was returning where it all started. And Castello, his town, also gives the name to his pasticceria.
Six years have passed since that day, and not only his passion has never faded, it only got bigger, he kept studying and working hard to create delicious pastries and cakes using only the best, local ingredients and his artisan production includes Panettone.
Angelantonio is a true artisan, all its desserts and cakes are lovingly handmade by him and his small team in the laboratory that is also open as “pasticceria”, Italian for pastry shop. All Angelantonio’s production is very limited and this year we have managed to get some of his famous Panettone and Vegan Panettone.