Map of Lazio

Lazio (Latium in Latin) is the region of the Etruscans - founders of Rome and Viterbo. Outside of Rome, the region’s rural economy is dominated by agriculture, including cultivation of wine grapes, fruit, vegetables and olives—-for lively olive oils.

This is a spicy Quattrociocchi Pate di Pepperoncino or Cream of Chiles. Add this spicy pate to crostini or a pannini. Add zip to a sauce or soup. From the Quattrociocchi family in Lazio.
With the fantastic subtitle, Recipes for Classic, Disappearing, and Lost Dishes, Parla entices us through the recipes and traditions of Molise, Campania, Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria.
Lazio. Fresh and vibrant with green notes. Produced north of Rome, closer to Tuscany and Umbria in the area of Tuscia. Fruity with medium pepper in the finish.
Lazio. Quattrociocchi Olivastra, organic extra virgin olive oil. Spectacular monocultivar of Itrana olives. Best Extra Virgin Olive Oil Organic Farming in the World by Flos Olei. As seen in The Wall Street Journal.
Lazio. Fresh and vibrant. New bottle shape. From the lands of the Etruscans, Colli Etruschi, a bold yet fruity extra virgin olive oil. This oil is well regarded and notable for recognition from Slow Food. Gold Award.
Become a fan of Villa Pontina! Best in Class (Robust Itrana) at New York International Olive Oil Competition, May 2018. Great flavor pairing for salads, soups, and vegetables.
Six great Italian producers have created Opera Olei. It is a set of six monocultivar olive oils, representing six regions of Italy. Opera Olei brings to market the Italian excellence crafted by six young producers. Boxed Set.
Mild, medium fruity, well balanced. From the Pelliccia family estate in Itri, along the Appian Way. This exquisite Single Estate olive oil is a monocultivar of 100% Itrana olives. This is milder than most selections.
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