Violet artichoke of Castellammare, also known as “Violetto di Castellammare” is a artichoke without thorns and takes its name for the pinkish color that shades into a violet of its edible leaves, the scales. This artichoke typical of the province of Naples, in particular of Castellammare, is considered a subtype of the “Romanesque” variety and it is famous for the tenderness of its scales and their delicate color
This farm was founded in a district close to Naples.They yield the typical products of their territory.
Thanks to the proximity to the sea, the wind promotes a healthy agriculture and mitigates the summer temperatures.
This product has regained all its vigor and pride due to an ancient history from the Romans in a unique and particularly favorable habitat: this area, close to Pompeii, is a lucky agricultural area that it was famous for the high quality of vegetables produced.
In this area there is a mild climate because the area is enclosed by the Lattari Mountains to the east, Mount Vesuvius to the west, south to the sea of Sorrento coast, north agro Nocerino sarnese.