MARCHESI DI SAN GIULIANO

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OUR HISTORY

The Marchesi di San Giuliano estate, located between Catania and Siracusa, has been owned by the family for over 800 years.

It covers approximately 250 hectares, and is blessed with uniquely fertile volcanic soil where organically farmed citrus groves, avocados, mangos and olive trees flourish.
Here we make biscuits and marmalades following old family recipes in a kitchen on a small contrada within the property named Curcuraggi, using only fresh fruit from our citrus orchards and selected organic ingredients.

The old family recipes date back to the cookbook of Maria Paternò Castello, of the Carcaci ducal family, and the marmalades and biscuits have been part of the family’s breakfast for generations.

In the early 80s, Fiamma di San Giuliano, decided to sell products made from these recipes, using the citrus fruit from the orchards and trusting in the culinary experience of the long-serving household staff.

OUR HISTORY

The Marchesi di San Giuliano estate, located between Catania and Siracusa, has been owned by the family for over 800 years.

It covers approximately 250 hectares, and is blessed with uniquely fertile volcanic soil where organically farmed citrus groves, avocados, mangos and olive trees flourish.
Here we make biscuits and marmalades following old family recipes in a kitchen on a small contrada within the property named Curcuraggi, using only fresh fruit from our citrus orchards and selected organic ingredients.

The old family recipes date back to the cookbook of Maria Paternò Castello, of the Carcaci ducal family, and the marmalades and biscuits have been part of the family’s breakfast for generations.

In the early 80s, Fiamma di San Giuliano, decided to sell products made from these recipes, using the citrus fruit from the orchards and trusting in the culinary experience of the long-serving household staff.

OUR HISTORY

The Marchesi di San Giuliano estate, located between Catania and Siracusa, has been owned by the family for over 800 years.

It covers approximately 250 hectares, and is blessed with uniquely fertile volcanic soil where organically farmed citrus groves, avocados, mangos and olive trees flourish.
Here we make biscuits and marmalades following old family recipes in a kitchen on a small contrada within the property named Curcuraggi, using only fresh fruit from our citrus orchards and selected organic ingredients.

The old family recipes date back to the cookbook of Maria Paternò Castello, of the Carcaci ducal family, and the marmalades and biscuits have been part of the family’s breakfast for generations.

In the early 80s, Fiamma di San Giuliano, decided to sell products made from these recipes, using the citrus fruit from the orchards and trusting in the culinary experience of the long-serving household staff.

"When I am in Sicily I like to breathe deeply as I walk amongst the orange trees, retracing the steps of my father and our ancestors, losing myself in the scent of the orange blossoms. I have a responsibility to look after this land, to leave it to my daughters as it is, uncontaminated."

Giulia di San Giuliano

"When I am in Sicily I like to breathe deeply as I walk amongst the orange trees, retracing the steps of my father and our ancestors, losing myself in the scent of the orange blossoms. I have a responsibility to look after this land, to leave it to my daughters as it is, uncontaminated."

Giulia di San Giuliano

"When I am in Sicily I like to breathe deeply as I walk amongst the orange trees, retracing the steps of my father and our ancestors, losing myself in the scent of the orange blossoms. I have a responsibility to look after this land, to leave it to my daughters as it is, uncontaminated."

Giulia di San Giuliano

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