We also grow William Pears in our orchards of Alba and the Langhe. The next transformation occurs only with the addition of sugar cane.
It ‘s one of the most typical ways to enjoy this very special summer fruit.
The pears are picked when ripe and processed within a few hours, just add natural light syrup made with sugar cane.
The result is a product preserved with the same characteristics of a fresh product with unique organoleptic properties and enhances the distinctive flavor of this particular variety of pear.
They are great to taste the natural, or simply opening the jar to make delicious desserts, and ice cream.
The syrup is good to drink!
Name of the product: William pear in syrup
Category: Fruit in syrup
Net weight: 760 g.
Ingredients: Pears, cane sugar
Variety: William pear
Way of cultivation: organic certified
Period of harvest: end June
Way of picking: by hand
The William Pear is one of the oldest varieties of pears grown more widespread and in agriculture.
The origin is from the same species Pyrus communis but it is a cultivar that was developed in England between the years 1765-1770.
Its name derives from its speaker a certain Williams.
It’s a pear so-called summer, since the collection is normally in late summer; is in fact one of the first variety of pears that are collected in Piedmont.
The fruit is medium to medium-large size, shape, or sometimes cidoniforme piriformis.
It has a juicy pulp, clear and very sweet.
Reaches the peak of ripeness in late summer.
The fruit has a light yellowish green color with the presence of lenticels, the pulp is ivory white.
The flesh is thin, dark and sweet and has a characteristic muscat aroma.
Way of production
The entire production process is done manually according to the old country tradition of home production of fruit in syrup consumed in winter-spring, in the absence of fresh fruits.