Dolce & Gabbana Panettone Classic with Wine Vecchio Samperi di Sicilia

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Traditional Panettone with perpetual Vecchio Samperi wine. Baked confectionery product with Sicilian perpetual wine. Hand packaged.

Panettone: Wheat flour (soft wheat flour, Sicilian wheat flour (25%)), raisin (15%), butter, sugar, fresh barn eggs, candied citrus peel (13%) (orange peel (31%), citron peel (21%), sugar, glucosefructose syrup, lemon juice concentrate), fresh barn egg yolk, natural yeast (contains wheat flour), Sicilian mandarin paste (3%) (mandarin (52%), sugar, glucose syrup, lemon juice), Sicilian perpetual liqueur wine Vecchio Samperi (1,3%), Sicilian honey, invert sugar syrup, emulsifier: mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids, cocoa butter, powdered skimmed milk, salt, natural vanilla flavoring. May contain traces of nuts and soy.

GMO statement: this product does not contain genetically modified ingredients, and thus does not require the GMO label in compliance with the European Community Reg. 1829/2003 and 1830/2003. Compliance: this product complies with the Italian and European legislation (implementation of Reg. CE178/02 and Reg. CE 852/04) concerning the products' hygiene.

Storage: Store in a cool and dry environment (max 20°C) in its original packaging, away from strong lights and heat. The product will maintain its organoleptic qualities until the end of its shelf life.

Nutritional Values for 100g Panettone:
Energy: 1442 kJ/ 344 kcal
Fat: 12 gr
of which saturates: 7,5 gr
Carbohydrate: 53 gr
of which sugars: 25 gr
Protein: 6,1 gr
Salt: 0,30 gr


The impeccable craftsmanship of these desserts is preserved thanks to the beautiful tin boxes, designed expressly by the most famous Sicilian artisans: the bright colours and the subjects, inspired by the decorative motifs of the Sicilian cart and the characters of the puppet theatre, render all these different precious containers eminently collectible.

The collaboration between the creativity of Dolce&Gabbana and the confectionery artistry of Fiasconaro results in a unique recipe: the typical Milanese panettone, revisited with the flavours of Sicily. The shared ingredients of this extraordinary union between North and South are respect for tradition, the courage to experiment, the quest for perfection and the pursuit of beauty. However, it is above all a love for artisanal production, entirely ‘Made in Italy,’ that brings together the highest expressions of fashion and pastry.