Map of Tuscany

Toscana,or Tuscany in English, is considered the classic olive oil region of Italy by many.  The oils of Lucca and the Chianti regions of Toscana are best known.

The oils produced in the area around Lucca, near the coast, tend to be yellow, light and fluid. In the Chianti region, near Siena in the heart of Toscana, the oils tend to be more green, and spicy with hints of artichoke and pepper.  Further south in the area around Montalcino, the oils tend to be deeper colors, more rustic, and more intense flavors.

Tuscsany. Always a favorite, Avignonesi is produced in eastern Tuscany in the Chianti Classico. Carries Organic certification. An impressive extra virgin olive oil and a terrific gift!
Tuscany. Badia a Coltibuono Albereto Unfiltered Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Carries the IGP certification. The olive cultivars are frantoio, leccino, and pendolino. Often purchased by the case!
Long time favorite! Badia a Coltibuono's famous Tuscan olive oil, produced since 1058. Enjoy the full fruity flavor and distinctive peppery aftertaste of this classic Tuscan selection.
Tuscany. This year, it has aromas of fresh cut grass and almonds. A lovely Tuscan extra virgin, always outstanding!
Castello del Trebbio! We’ve had many requests for Castello del Trebbio and are pleased to be able to offer this lovely Tuscan selection to our customers. The estate is located east of Florence, near Fiesole.
From the Val d’Orcia hills. Confini is a blend of 6 varieties from Umbria as well as Tuscany (chosen for hardiness and flavor), producing a surprisingly flavor-rich blend with an additional aroma of ripe tomato leaves.
Tuscany. From the Val d’Orcia hills. Chiarentana is a blend of four Tuscan varieties, producing a surprisingly flavor-rich blend. Read complete listing for the New York Times feature on Chiarentana.
From the Val d’Orcia hills, Chiarentana Maurino extra virgin olive oil also provides a pleasant sensation of green tomatoes and a tardy pungency in the throat.
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