An ancient apple for a convincing flavor
The quince was already cultivated more than 4,000 years ago by the Babylonians. The delicious pulp makes it a fruit suitable for making into a jam or syrup. A product that smells of honey and is just right sweet.
Suggestions and pairings
Good and healthy, quince jam is happily used in confectionery to garnish savory crackers in a perfect symbiosis of sweet and savory, with a cube of casolèt cheese from Val di Sole and paired with a glass of Vino santo from Valle dei Laghi.