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Oive & Other Oils
Antica Italia Extra Virgin Olive Oil comes from Partanna, Sicily. It is a product of the first cold pressing from selected private groves. This natural, healthful oil is produced in the same manner it was thousands of years ago. It adds an appetizing flavor to many recipes, and is a perfect base for all sauces and dressings.This is a delicate flavored, olive hued "must" for salads and fine cooking. 3 Liters
Tenuta Arcamone Organic Novello Extra Virgin Olive Oil "Olio Novello" is produced on the Arcamone Estate of Frantoio Oleario DeCarlo in the Puglia region of Italy. The Tenuta Arcamone has consistently received national and iternational awards and we are proud to offer this limited production Novello.Tenuta Arcamone is produced using organic olives of two different types: Ogliarola and Coratina. It is USDA Organic certified and each bottle is numbered. Each bottle is boxed and comes with its own cork stopper.New olive oil is usually called nuovo in the north and novello in the south; both words mean new, or fresh. In the case of extra virgin olive oil, this means creamy, piquant, zesty, unfiltered and completely untamed by months in the settling tank. There is nothing like truly fresh extra virgin olive oil.Each bottle contains 17oz. or 500ml.
One of the great rituals for food-loving Italians is the annual tasting of freshly pressed olive oil. The harvest of green olives right before Christmas ensures this traditional holiday treat. New olive oil is usually called nuovo in the north and novello in the south; both words mean new, or fresh. In the case of extra virgin olive oil, this means creamy, piquant, zesty, unfiltered and completely untamed by months in the settling tank. There is nothing like truly fresh extra virgin olive oil. A special bottling of Nuovo from Tenuta di Capezzana in Tuscany, arrives stateside via air in mid-December.Tenuta di Capezzana has a very limited production so if you want to secure some of this holiday elixir, order now!Each bottle contains 16.9 fluid ounces (500 ml) of Tenuta di Capezzana Olio Nuovo.
Situated on a ridge over the Tuscan hills of Radda-in-Chianti, the fortified village of Volpaia with its medieval origins is home to the estate of Castello di Volpaia. Within the castle walls of Volpaia is the home of the Stianti family who produce Castello di Volpaia Extra Virgin Olive Oil, obtained from the estate's classic Tuscan olive varieties. The 10th century church as pictured on the Castello di Volpaia label is currently used as a wine cellar.Giovannella Stianti and her family extract their oil using the sinolea technique. Frantoio, Leccino and Moraiolo olives are crushed in a stone mill and then passed through the sinolea machine. Hundreds of tiny steel blades comb through the olive paste, gently pulling the fresh oil from the solids. The sinolea yields are low, but the oil, so delicately handled, is extraordinarily pure and has a low acidity. The olive trees at Castello di Volpaia are in the perfect setting for producing a fruit of exceptional quality. The resulting oil has a rather dense, transparent green color and intensely fruity nose with a hints of unripe tomato and artichoke. Castello di Volpaia's rich thick texture is dominant, carrying a lengthy ripe fruit and mildly spicy finish. Perfectly matched with simple foods such as fresh greens, grilled meats, or a bean salad.Each bottle contains 17 fluid ounces of Castello di Volpaia Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Radda in Chianti, Tuscany, Italy.
Acclaimed by food writers around the world, Frescobaldi Laudemio is an estate-produced olive oil from the hills of Chianti Ruffina. The Frescobaldi family has been at the center of the economic, political, and cultural life of Florence since the Middle Ages. Their extra virgin olive oils reflect not only the noblest Tuscan heritage, but a constant love and commitment to achieving the highest level of product quality.All producers of Laudemios must adhere to strict guidelines established by the Laudemio consortium. The Laudemio consortium regulations cover all aspects of production, including geographical boundaries with Central Tuscany, soil requirements, and specific criteria for planting and cultivating the olives. Among the 32 Laudemios now being produced, Frescobaldi is consistently rated "exceptional" and was given a "First Class Rating" in The Olive Oil Companion.The blend of Frantoio (80%), Moraiolo (10%), and Leccino (10%) olives produces this vibrant green, fruity, and sophisticated oil. Frescobaldi Laudemio has a fresh aroma with hints of artichoke and pepper. Use as a condiment over beans, grilled or steamed vegetables, or drizzle over soups. Its bold taste brings life to any number of dishes, transforming even boring to fantastic.Frescobaldi Laudemio is a filtered, estate-bottled olive oil that has garnered many awards including "Best Olive Oil" at the Summer Fancy Food Show 2001, New York and #1 Tuscan oil in 1997 by Wine Spectator. Each bottle is packed in an individual box which protects the oil from light.Each bottle contains 16.9 fluid ounces of Frescobaldi Laudemio Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Tuscany, Italy.
One of the great rituals for food-loving Italians is the annual tasting of freshly pressed olive oil. The harvest of green olives right before Christmas ensures this traditional holiday treat. New olive oil is usually called nuovo in the north and novello in the south; both words mean new, or fresh. In the case of extra virgin olive oil, this means creamy, piquant, zesty, unfiltered and completely untamed by months in the settling tank. There is nothing like truly fresh extra virgin olive oil. A special bottling of Novello from Olio Verde in Sicily arrives stateside via air in mid-December.Olio Verde has a very limited production so if you want to secure some of this green elixir, order now!Each bottle contains 16.9 fluid ounces (500 ml) of Olio Verde Olio Novello.
As with each Marques de Grinon Family Estates wines, their Extra Virgin Olive Oil is grown, processed and bottled at the estate. The Capilla del Fraile estate is a modern planting of Picual, Arbequina and Manzanilla olive trees. During November and December the olives are picked at their point of optimum maturity and are immediately transported with utmost care to their state of the art olive mill. Marques de Grinon EVOO carries a gleaming golden hue and an outstanding purity. Its aromas are exceptionally vivid and intense with reminiscences of green tomatoes, freshly mowed grass, artichoke and green almonds. In the palate it exhibits beautifully concentrated vegetables and nutty aromas with a moderately bitter aftertaste. It has a persistent finish which is dominated by a pleasant spiciness. Marques de Grinon is ideally suited for tossing with pastas, salads and for drizzling over roasted vegetable. We also recommend it highly on its own with bread. Each bottle of Marques de Grinon contains 16fl.oz. or 500ml.
Frantoio di Sommaia, located near Florence has been producing olive oil for almost 200 years. The olives are hand picked from estates in the Appennine hills and carefully ground in a stone press. Frantoio di Sommaia is an unfiltered extra virgin olive oil, deep green in color and creamy in texture. The taste, while initially sweet, is followed by a fruity body, and slightly grassy, peppery finish. Each bottle contains 25.5 fluid ounces of Frantoio di Sommaia Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Italy.
In the gentle uplands of northwestern Sicily, Gianfranco Becchina's estate is set on an ideal location. Sixty acres of olive groves, some situated on the grounds once used by Princess Pignatelli of Spain, roll away behind the estate walls. The olives are mostly Nocellara del Belice, with Bianco Lilla and others mixed in and are not chemically treated in any way. Some of the trees are 300-year old stock from which younger trunks are grafted. A spring is tapped to deliver water directly to each tree through an elaborate irrigation system. Becchina's method of hand picking each olive during the white phase (the two week period, usually in early October, in which the green olives are coated with a light whitish sheen) is considered too early for harvest by many, but Becchina seeks those strong green flavors for his oil. Olio Verde's intense, full flavor and dense green hue are the result of such a process.The olives are stone-ground under huge millstones and then gently pressed. The unfiltered oil is stored in rotund terracotta amporae until spring, naturally clarifying itself. The oil is never filtered leaving the chlorophyll suspended in the minute particles of sediment acting as a natural preservative.Olio Verde Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a medium green but dense hue with a notably vegetal nose. Its intense, full flavor is redolent of fresh-cut grass with a fresh green olive vivacity. The 1998 winner of the Oustanding Oil catergory at the N.A.S.F.T. Fancy Food Show in New York, Olio Verde is traditionally drizzled over fresh greens, grilled meats or toasted Italian bread.Each bottle contains 16.9 fluid ounces of Olio Verde Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Italy.
L'Estornell Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced from the first cold press of organically grown Arbequina olives in Catalonia, Spain. All product origins are controlled and certified by the CCPAE
Giuliano Hazan and Marilisa Allegrini have announced the launch of A & H Selections after several years of collaboration in creating a successful cooking school outside of Verona, Italy. Allegrini and Hazan Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a fine initial offering from the duo.Allegini and Hazan's premium extra virgin olive oil is from Apulia, the land of 1000 year old olive trees, which is recognized as one of Italy's premier olive oil producing regions. Allegrini and Hazan Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a single varietal extra virgin olive oil made from carefully selected Ogliarola olives grown in Apulia.This first cold press full-bodied extra virgin olive oil's smooth flavor will enhance any salad, pasta, entree, or vegetable dish.Each bottle contains 17 fluid ounces of Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Apulia by Allegrini and Hazan from Italy.
The mill of La Brague in the South of France has built an excellent reputation for producing the very best extra virgin olive oil. Chefs from the finest establishments of the Cote d'Azur prefer this extraordinary extra virgin olive oil.For 150 years, the successive generations of the Michel family have used traditional methods to produce an outstanding line of olive oils and olive products. The superior quality of their oil comes directly from the olive itself, which is selected by the Master of the Mill, who uses rigorous selection standards to ensure the finest end result. Today, the mill produces between 700 and 1000 tons of olives per year making it the third largest in France. This fruity extra virgin olive oil has a buttery taste with flavor tones of artichoke and fresh almonds. La Brague Extra Virgin Olive Oil is excellent on cold salads and in marinades or used to grill, broil or bake poultry or fish.Each bottle contains approximately 16.9 fluid ounces (50 cl) of Les Moulins de la Brague, Huilerie d'Opio Extra Virgin Olive Oil from the Grasse Region of France.
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