Map of Sicilia

Sicilia (Sicily in English) is so different from the rest of Italy that it could be its own country -- which many Sicilians think it should be. The familiar cities of Sicilia include Palermo, and Sicilia is home of Mount Etna.

Olive oils from the coast regions of Sicilia often have intense flavors. From the region around Ragusa, the oils tend to have more body and be more fruity. From the hills of Sicilia, the oils tend to be more well rounded, particularly the oils from the Belice river valley near Menfi. In other words, Sicilian oil is as varied as the region itself.

The olive varieties include Belice, Biancolilla, Moresca, Cerasuola, Nocellara, and Tonda Iblea. Among our notable Sicilian olive oils: Villa Zottopera, Gianfranco Becchina, Titone and Frantoi Cutrera.

An island dominated by the volcano, Mt. Etna, Sicily is home to a great variety of agricultural produce including citrus fruits, grapes, olives, artichokes, pistachios and mulberries—amidst wild vegetation and typically Mediterranean palm trees and stone pines. The large size of the island allows for many micro-climates for cultivating olive groves. We’ve carefully selected the finest Sicilian olive oils for Olio2go.

Customer Favorite! Sicily. The aromas may “mow you over” with the scent of freshly cut grass, artichokes, and herbs. Pre-Order Now.
In a large bottle, Castel di Lego from Galiato is a well regarded farm has become a point of reference, as noted by Marco Oreggia in Flos Olei. A blend of Moresca and Tonda Iblea olives, this oil is elegant and rotund, with notes of basil, mint and oregano, with hints of tomato.
Famous Sicilian Modica chocolate with Pepperoncino -- Chile Peppers! IGP Certification of Authenticity.
Famous Sicilian chocolate with famous Sicilian Pistachios! IGP Certification of Authenticity.
Sicily. Deep bright green colour with hints of pistachio. Elegant and harmonious, with fresh mint and basil combined with an aromatic touch of sage, thyme, oregano and juniper. These aromas combine at the beginning with a mild spicy finish.
Sicily. Frantoi Cutrera’s Primo is a wonderful addition to our selection. Produced in the area of Chiaramonte Gulfi, north of Ragusa in southern Sicily, Primo has won a number of awards over the years. Gold Medal, Los Angeles 2019.
Ravida fans are dancing with joy with this new vinegar that pairs ever so nicely with their luscious olive oil. Produced in the Marsala area of Sicily, this special blend of the grape cultivars, Grillo and Catarratto, ferments and ages in wooden barrels for a minimum of four years before bottling.
Ravida Sea Salt is naturally produced in Sicily and is used as a cooking and table salt to enhance the most delicate of foods.
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