Sale Items

As our extra virgin olive oils approach their best-by dates, we put them on sale. First, we taste them to ensure their quality. They present excellent values.
The marinated mushrooms will delight in their combination of favors and textures. Perfect for an antipasti selection. Toss with pasta? Was $14.95. Now on Sale. Best by March 2014. June 2014: we enjoyed these on pizza.

Throughout history, plums were delicacies savored for their rich, juicy nature and the tartness of the skin. This organic wild plum jam comes to us from Marche. It is delightful in morning yogurt or atop whole wheat toast. Was $14.95. Best by June 2014.

This family firm is located in the hills of Mercatale Val di Pesa in the Chianti Classico zone. Primolio is a blend of Frantoio and Moraiolo olives, plus a small amounts of Leccino, Maurino, and Pendolino. Was $15.50. Now on sale. Best by 28 Sept. 2014.

A family production from the Schiralli family near Bari. GOLD Medal Winner, New York, April 2013. Los Angeles, Silver Medal, April 2013. A lovely little gift, packed with flavor. Unfiltered. Was $18.50. Now on Sale. Best by December 2014.

Gold Medal, Olive Japan. Every now and then we happen upon a lovely undiscovered olive oil. Le Cinque Aquile from Montespertoli, near Florence, is one of those fortunate discoveries. From the Chianti Colli Fiorentini. Was $29.95. Best by 31 May 2014.

Riva del Garda Uliva from the Lake Garda region. A long-requested gem from the north. Recognized by Slow Food 2013. Flos Olei 2014. Was $39.95. Now on Sale. Best by July 2014.

Just saying Bochicchio is a mouthful, and this oil brings a new tasting experience from Basilicata--Ogliarola Bradano olives produce an oil that is fruity and spicy! Was $34.95. Now on Sale. Best by December 2014.

From Madonna Dell'Oliva, Raro d’oliva extra vergine is a rare find. This is a denocciolato oil, meaning that the olive pits were removed from the olives before pressing. (Most other oils press whole olives). Was $32.95. Best by December 2014.