Panettone is traditionally served after the Christmas meal along with a glass of dessert wine or bubbly wine, accompanied by dishes of mixed nuts, dried fruit, torrone and other Holiday confections. Panettone can be warmed for a few minutes in a very hot oven and served with creme anglaise or fresh cream whisked with mascarpone.
Leftover Panettone makes a delicious French toast or bread pudding.
This true Italian artisanal tradition is wrapped in a lively red paper with a celestial design and due to its nature.
A unique panettone from Rustichella d'Abruzzo. This dome-shaped panettone is made with buttery, rich brioche bread studded with candied Amarene (black Morello cherries) and scented with natural vanilla. The brioche is made with a special natural yeast and the dough rises three times—or almost 20 hours—before baking.