The small, handmade family business “Vecchio Mulino” is located in Carmagnola, a small Italian town in Piedmont, about 25 km from Turin. Founded in 1860 by the great-grandfather Giacomo Bertolone, the bakery is now in the third generation with 10 employees. Faithful to the old bakery tradition, Vecchio Mulino tries to keep the craftsmanship of traditional recipes as far as possible.
The use of the best ingredients and the attention to detail in the production make the products of Vecchio Mulino unique in taste and internationally so successful in the delicatessen. The mini linguette Rosemary are also called “mother-in-law tongues”. Delicate, crunchy, puff pastry, with 10% Extra virgin olive oil and 1.5% fresh rosemary in batter – this crispy Italian pastry is the perfect accompaniment to antipasti and wine.