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.
Was $42.95. Best by 6 August 2022. We met Marinita and her husband in Verona, where we were able to taste this remarkable new olive oil. This is an Itrana, Moraiolo, and Leccino blend. It is delightful, yet somewhat more intense than other Itrana selections from Lazio.
Spicy stuffed peppers — stuffed with olives, anchovies, and capers, are zesty with flavor. Add these to your authentic antipasti platter! Ideal for snacking. From the Quattrociocchi family in Lazio.
Quattrociocchi Grilled Mushrooms (aka Funghi Grigliati) in Olio Quattrociocchi extra virgin olive oil are gourmet delights for mushroom lovers.
Quattrociocchi Grilled Peppers (aka Peperoni Grigliati) in Olio Quattrociocchi extra virgin olive oil are gourmet delights for grilled pepper lovers.
This Artist Edition from Due Leoni is sure to be an outstanding hit this holiday season. Filled with excellent olive oil from the region of Rome, this attractive tin evokes the artist's passion for Italy as it holds the artisanal olive oil.
Lazio. We love Olivastro's herbacous notes! We found it to have a beautiful aroma, possess vegetale and herbaceous notes, with lingering spicy/peppery notes. This oil has just slight bitter notes.
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