Extra Virgin Olive Oil Italy, Spain, France and California
The 2017 Harvest in Italy and Spain was late again due to the drought for the 2nd year in a row. Yields will be down but the stress on the trees will once again produce some spectacular Olive Oils.
VIOLA however did send us their NUOVO 2017 and it is a beaut. Viola Nuovo 2017 We will transition into our entire selection of 2017s beginning in January and have the entire inventory turned over by early March.
Viola Nuovo 2017 IN STOCK
What is left of the 2016 Harvest? These are still beautiful Olive Oils and will be in great shape through June although they will actually disappear from inventory over the next 10 weeks as the 17s come in.
Oleoestepa Egregio 2016
La Cultivada Hojiblanca 2016
La Cultivada Arbequina 2016
Bonamini DOP Veneto Valpolicella 2016
Alberto Romano Ortice Riserva 2016
Pruneti Colline di Firenze 2016
Pruneti Frantoio 2016 Pruneti Leccino 2016
Frantoio Franci Villa Magra 2016
De Carlo Felice Garibaldi 2016
De Carlo Il Classico 2016 1L tin
We made it really easy to shop for the Fresh Harvest that is heading our way. Just scroll down and click on any of the product images and it will take you straight to the shopping site where there is a good description of each of the Olive Oils.
Delicate & Light Fruit Olive Oils…
Just because they are little lighter doesn’t mean they don’t have lots of flavor. For me Delicate and Light are more about the mouth feel. These are great all round oils in the kitchen. Cook with it and pour Olive Oil on just about everything you eat.
Click on the Images Below to View the Info and Shop
Medium to Medium-Plus Fruit…
These are a little more of a mouth full but still great for all-round use in the kitchen.
These oils are big, spicy and pungent. The best chefs in the world use them as finishing sauces. It is their secret weapon. It is like adding the right bitters to a a cocktail. The flavor components and the fats in olive oil combine with the foods to create something so much more delicious. Don’t mind the prices as a little goes a long way.
Shopping Tips… the Bargains
Any of the bottles priced from $18.50-$29 are just super values. The Giuliana Fresh Harvest,, Paniole and De Carlo Classico come in 750 ml. Bottles rather than the standard 500 ml. size. The Classico also comes in a 1 Liter Tin for just a dollar more.
Bonamini, Alberto Romano, Oleoestepa (Egregio, and Virgin), Franci Villa Magra, La Cultivada, De Carlo Torre Di Mossa and Felice Garibaldi at $20-$29 are ridiculous bargains and are as good as any of the $30+ bottles.
The $30+ bottles in their own right are values in the sense that you find these in very few retailers and if you do they are much more expensive, They are worth the money due to the scarcity in the varietals as well as the terroir and the producers are an elite group. Plus we always tell you the harvest date, bottle sizes.
Have fun shopping and if you have questions don’t be afraid to pick op the phone or send us a text.
We love working with Chacewater because they are very conscientious producers. The estate is Certified Organic across the board and they have one of the best olive mills in the country outfitted with the latest Italian milling gear.. Their Olive Oil wins medals at the biggest events in the world. They produce 3 olive oils Allegra, Mission and their Tuscan Blend. To learn more about Chacewater Olive Mill and Winery Click Here or on the image above to visit their producer page.
Below you will find links to the producer pages. There are some great videos on the site… Check out the Oleoestepa page. It is an incredible tour of the Estepa DOP. On these pages the Click Here to Shop Bars will take you to the shopping site. Just Click on the bottle images for info and pricing on specific items.
Extra Virgin Olive Oils from Frantoio Franci is one of the most awarded EVOO in the world. After purchasing the famous Villa Magra Estate, Giorgio realized that the family should concentrate or producing Super Premium Olive. The rest is history…
Click The Image Or Title To Learn More About Frantoio Franci Extra Virgin Olive Oil From Tuscany, Italy
The olive oils from the northern most producers of EVOO in Italy tend to be delicate to light bodied oils. They’re flavorful but have a leaner mouth feel. These oils are actually rare and hard to come by. Frantoio di Riva is one of the best.
Click The Image Or Title To Learn More About Frantoio di Riva Extra Virgin Olive Oil From Alto Adige, Italy
Alberto Romano belongs to the fourth generation in his family of olive oil producers. For more than a century passion tradition and knowledge have been handed down from father to son. The pride of the Frantoio Romano is the variety ORTICE.
Click The Image Or Title To Learn More About Frantoio Romano Extra Virgin Olive Oil From Campania, Italy
Frantoio Bonamini is fro the The hills of Verona in Northern Italy. The oil they produce is made of Favarol and Grignano olive and has a delicate mouth feel. This is a really beautiful EVOO that is rarely seen out of Italy. Best DOP/IGP Extra Virgin Olive Oil: Light Fruit – Flos Olei Guide 2014
Click The Image Or Title To Learn More About Frantoio Bonamini Extra Virgin Olive Oil From Veneto,Italy