VST.0010.0580 VST.0010.0580
  • Peschiole in agrodolce 580 g side
  • Peschiole in agrodolce 580 g back

Sweet and sour Peschiole • Large jar

Net weight: 580 g - 20.46 oz
Drained weight: 380 g - 13.40 oz



Peschiole in Agrodolce are an absolute delight! They surprise the palate with their refined and distinctive flavour. These small, spherical fruits with a delicate surface are absolutely amazing! They stand out for their solid core but lack a pit. While they resemble olives, peschiole are delightfully different in their sweetness and unique texture. These incredible fruits are the perfect accompaniment to aperitifs and appetisers, adding a touch of elegance and originality to any dish. If you're looking for an extraordinary culinary experience, look no further than Peschiole in Agrodolce! These incredible fruits burst with flavour and are an absolute must-have in your pantry. The 580 g format is perfect for ensuring you have the right amount of this delicious delicacy for any occasion!

COD: VST.0010.0580
EAN: 8052570770908
Nutritional values
Average values ​​for 100 gr
Energy value
20 Kcal - 84 kJ
0,1 g
of which saturated
0,1 g
3,0 g
of which sugars
2,4 g
0,45 g
3,12 g
0,90 g

Small peaches, wine vinegar, water, sugar, salt

Tips and curiosities of the tomolo

Unexpected Origin: Peschiole in agrodolce were born in the 1990s due to a production error. Agronomist Mario Parente ordered nectarine peach trees, but the resulting fruit wasn't marketable. During the first thinning, the small unripe peaches were harvested and processed like vegetables. This transformation was a success, and peschiole won the First Prize Oscar at Cibus, the International Food Exhibition, two years later. After thorough washing, peschiole are cooked in water and flavored vinegar and preserved in glass jars without preservatives. This method gives them a strong flavor and a crunchy texture, making them ideal for aperitifs and appetizers.

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The history of Peschiole

The peach orchards were born by chance in the 1990s, then transformed by the astute agricultural skills of father Salvatore. After planting peaches of nectarine quality, he realised that the product was not marketable; it was ripe, but it did not exceed the quality standards that distinguish the company. Hence the intuition that nothing should go to waste: during the first thinning out of the fruit, he picked and processed the small, unripe peaches, achieving two results: not overloading the plant, so that the remaining fruit grows luxuriantly, and giving life to the sweet and sour peach cherries. The peach cherries look like olives, they have the same shape, colour and size, but they are actually peach fruits picked when they are still green, when they measure one or two centimetres and the stone has not yet hardened.

How are sweet and sour peaches prepared?

After being thoroughly washed, they are boiled in water and aromatised vinegar, a particularly fine vinegar made from the Asprinia grape from the Agro-Aversano area, and then stored in glass jars. The conservation is natural, without preservatives, external agents or chemicals. Aesthetically, they resemble olives in shape, colour and size, measuring between 2 and 3 cm.

How to combine sweet and sour peaches

Peaches can be served and tasted in many different ways: as an aperitif, in cocktails, in sea and land salads, with cod and even with refined dishes. Their special flavour makes them a versatile accompaniment for all occasions. 

  • They can add a touch of class to a platter of cured meats, hams and cheeses;
  • Thanks to the way they are prepared and preserved with this type of vinegar, their flavour becomes more intense when accompanied by a white wine;
  • For a gourmet dinner, Peschiole go well with anchovies and caviar.

Their flavour is strong and distinctive and their texture is crunchy and firm. This is a recipe that has only recently become known in the world of gastronomy and gourmet cuisine; its commercialisation began in 1989 thanks to the Verticelli company.