Pastificio Di San Martino has been established since 1912 in the pasta capital of Italy: Gragnano. They select only the best Italian durum wheat, mixing natural spring water from nearby Forma, extrude the pasta through bronze dyes, and allow to naturally dry at low temperature, as specified by the Protected Geographical Location (PGI) specification of Gragnano Pasta.
Surrounded by the Lattari (Milky) mountains, a constant sea breeze, and a mild climate, this is where perfect pasta is made.
Dolce & Gabbana in collaboration with Di Martino have designed the special edition pasta range, using the colours, symbols and iconic monuments that make ‘Il Bel Paese’ so special
Spaghetti comes from the Italian word ‘spaghi’, meaning strings. Spaghetti is the most famous pasta shape of all, and it is such a versatile pasta shape, it can be combined with many sauces, producing quick and tasty meals. Each Italian region has its own spaghetti signature dish. The Campania region’s dish is Spaghetti alla puttanesca which you can recreate by clicking the link below or visiting our recipe section on our website.
Ingredients: Durum Wheat Semolina, Water.
Allergy Information: Contains Wheat
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place.