The Caravaglio farm was estabilished in Malfa on the Eolian Island. The vines are organically grown: two varieties are native to the Eolian Island – the Malvasia delle Lipari and the Corinto Nero. The company is fully equipped with state of the art technology.
The cultivation of capers is the main activity at this farm. Everything follows the traditional production process on the island, from selecting generous caper plants, to harvesting the flower buds which are then preserved with care.
The most popular kind of caper is called “tondina” or “nocellara”. It is appreciated for its aroma, uniformity and compact texture. Capers are regularly used to cook with meat and fish and to prepare various kinds of sauces.