Better than ever — Outstanding Tuscan Selection! New York Best in Class, 2018 Gold Medal at Los Angeles, Flos Olei 2021 (99/100) and more! Featured in NY Times, May 22, 2015.
Celebrate great monocultivar olive oils with Marco Oreggia's Flos Olei and notable Hall of Fame selections noted in the guide. Gift Boxed. Marco Oreggia granted 99 and 100 ratings to these three great Italian extra virgin olive oils from Tuscany, Umbria, and Puglia.
A long-requested selection from the famous estate in the Bolgheri area. Past gold medal winner at the Los Angeles awards. Best appreciated by those who like strong favors.
Tuscany. Very popular! The Riflessi selection is produced from the best Maurino olives of the vintage. A top quality selection from the famous wine area of Bolgheri area. Our retail store favorite.
Tuscany. This is a very special bottling of oil from a new, young grove at Fonte di Foiano. This single-cultivar selection features the Ravece cultivar, and it first celebrated the 40th anniversary of Fonte di Foiano. Now the bottling is known as Zefiro.
Franci Bio is new to us this year. This organic-certified delight is produced in the hills of Val d’Orcia near Grosseto. Absolute quality from Giorgio Franci!
Tuscany. The new selection, Coratina, is from Frantoio Franci's Cru line. Flos Olei 100/100. Farm of the Year 2019.
Larger 750 ml! Toscano IGP is produced in the hills of Val d’Orcia near Grosseto. This IGP certified extra virgin olive oil continues to win awards! Previous Silver Medal Winner at Los Angeles Olive Oil Competition.
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.

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