Map of Puglia

Puglia (Apulia) stretches down the heel of the boot, making it a land somewhat apart from the rest of Italy. This area is often overlooked by tourists although it is steeped in ancient history. Agriculture is the most important sector, and much olive oil is produced.

Puglia produces more olive oil than any other single region but most goes into the mass-produced oils rather than the estate bottled, high quality oils we prefer.

There are some noteworthy oils from this region, though, so don't discount Puglia. The dominant olives in Pugliese oils are Coratina, Provenzale, and Ogliarola. The oils in the region around Bari, a busy port city, are fruity and light. From the area of Bitonto, the oils are closer in character to the taste of fresh olives, with a slight almond taste. We’ve worked carefully to find small, artisan producers to provide our customers with the finest olive oils of the region.

A family production from the Schiralli family near Bari. Gold Medal Winner New York, 2017. Ogliarola olives. A chunky bottle, packed with flavor. Unfiltered. Last bottles. Was $29.95.
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Fabulous award winning olive oil from Salvatore Stallone in Puglia. Le Tre Colonne, the three columns, Selezione Coratina.
Limone (lemon) brings bright flavor to anything you make. Try it with spinach, salads, pasta, grilled fish or chicken. Add to white pizza.
Both DOP and Organic, Arcamone is from one of the DeCarlo family's historic farms in Puglia. A Blend of Ogliarola and Coratina olives, Arcamone is a top quality extra virgin olive oil and very full of flavor.
Puglia. If you’ve read Tom Mueller’s Extravirginity, then you know about the remarkable efforts of the DeCarlo family in Puglia.
Puglia. Recognized by Flos Olei. Felice Garibaldi is a new olive oil from the family estate, DeCarlo. Exceptional 100% Ogliarola from a special early harvest from trees of unknown age, ranging from 120 to over 200 years old. Last bottles. Was $34.95. Now on Sale. Best by August 2020.
A great gift in a pottery jug: Basilico (basil) brings rich, deep flavor to anything you make. The perfect gift!
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