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Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Badia a Coltibuono

Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Badia a Coltibuono

This was the first Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil introduced into the United States, almost half a century ago, and is widely considered to be the benchmark by which its peers are assessed. It is golden yellow with intense aromas of fresh olives, a hint of toasted nuts, and a distinct peppery sensation classic to hand-harvested oils produced in Tuscany. Use to dress panzanella, spooned over warm grilled bread and sprinkled with sea salt, on salmon tartare, or any dish that calls for a drizzle of “olio crudo."

$24.99 the 500ml bottle



Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Tenuta Torre di Mossa 100% Coratina DeCarlo

Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Tenuta Torre di Mossa 100% Coratina DeCarlo

Torre di Mossa is the historic farm of the De Carlo family, from which this extra virgin olive oil is born. The cultivar is 100% Coratina, the mother of all the local oils. Limited production, along with the many awards under its belt, make this a highly prestigious olive oil of unique origin.

$24.99 the 500ml bottle



Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Veneto Valpolicella Bonamini

Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Veneto Valpolicella Bonamini

Multi-awarded in major Italian and international oil competitions, this bottling represents the flagship of the Frantoio Bonamini. Production from the fruit of some 6,500 trees planted on terraces and hillsides just north of Verona where the cooler climate and native varieties Grignan and Favarol yield a sublime olive oil with delicate green fruit and vegetable flavors that allow for this oil to be slathered on just about anything, but it excels on seafood risotto, pesce crudo, vegetable pasta, roasted chicken, salads and even lemon gelato.

$27.50 the 500ml bottle



Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Liguria S. Ciappa Al Frantoio di Aldo Armato

Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva Liguria S. Ciappa Al Frantoio di Aldo Armato

This buttery, unfiltered olive oil is made exclusively from Taggiasca olives harvested from trees planted in the hamlet of Stellanello in the hills above the seaside town of Alassio, Liguria. Harvest occurs from November through March and the oil is cold-pressed in the Armato family’s frantoio using the traditional stone mill. The resulting first-press olive oil carries a luscious gold tint with a sweet and subtle fruit taste. It is an ideal and versatile choice — perfect for just about any kitchen.

$22.50 the 500ml bottle



Huile d Olive Vierge Extra du Moulin des Ombres

Huile d'Olive Vierge Extra du Moulin des Ombres

Moulin des Ombres is developed from cultivars of Kappa of Greek origin and Rosciola from the Marche, Italia, allowing for consistent quality from year to year. This is an oil with aromas of green apple and newly mown grass, rich mouthfeel and balanced bitterness and pungency.

$25.00 the 500ml bottle



Azeite do Alentejo Interior DOP Olive Oil Jose Gourmet

Azeite do Alentejo Interior DOP Olive Oil Jose Gourmet

The production of olive oil in the Alentejo region is lost in the memory of time — Romans, Visigoths and Arabs produced olive oil here — it is thought that, even before the presence of these peoples in the region, olive oil was already produced here. Portel, where this olive oil comes from, is one of the municipalities that produce the olive oil from Alentejo Interior DOP. Its typically yellowish color, oscillating between golden or greener hues, is associated with the flavors and aromas of the cultivars Galega Vulgar, Cordovil de Serpa and Cobrançosa.

$13.75 the 250ml bottle



Morgenster Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2020

Morgenster Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2020

Estate grown, pressed and bottled in Stellenbosch, the acclaimed wine and olive growing region outside of Capetown, South Africa, this is southern hemisphere perfection. Each of the 17 Italian olive varietals are handpicked, pressed and stored separately in stainless steel tanks. The oil is allowed to settle longer than other oils, enabling the sediment to separate naturally before it’s siphoned off (without the need for a filtration system). Less sediment improves the quality of the oil and extends the shelf life. The terroir of Stellenbosch is perfect for producing high quality olive oil. The rain runs off of the rocky soil quickly, meaning no excess water ends up in the fruit (less water, of course, leading to higher anti-oxidants). The coastal location offers consistent, cool sea breezes that slow the ripening process, giving the olives more time to develop. This oil offers a yearly consistent flavor profile, intensely fruity with tastes of artichokes, green apples and almonds followed by a long, peppery finish. Regularly $27.50 the bottle, on sale now at:

$19.99 the 500ml bottle


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