Umbria

Map of Umbria

Umbria, east of Tuscany and west of the Marche region, produces some of the best olive oils. Familiar as the home of chocolates from Perugia, St. Francis of Assisi, light white wines of Orvieto, and the opera of Spoleto, Umbria has hilly terrain and great climate for growing olives.

Umbria's olive oils are crafted from the olives of the Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo, and Agogia and Raggiola varieties. The oils tend to have an artichoke and green tomato aroma, and sometimes have the peppery taste of Tuscan oils. Many of the Umbrian oils have a fruity flavor with a great deal of body.

Umbria is also well known for Gubbio and its fine ceramics.

RST-008
Farro Is an ancient grain that has come back into focus in the past few years as more have sought traditional cuisines. It is rich, nutty, and versatile.
$9.85
RST-014
Farro Is an ancient grain that has come back into focus in the past few years as more have sought traditional cuisines. It is rich, nutty, and versatile. Now in couscous form, the nutty flavor and delightful chewy texture enhances a range of dishes from meat ragu to seafood stew, or even eaten simply drizzled with extra virgin olive oil.
$9.75
MTH-006
Mieli Thun Italian Orange Blossom Honey: The flavor is sweet, the honey is light, and the texture is creamy. It is a wonderful sweetener for tea -- or breakfast breads. An ideal glaze for carrots and poultry.
$14.50
MRG-013
Umbria. Outstanding selection. New awards from Flos Olei 2019 and Slow Food. Each 500 ml. bottle is numbered and gift boxed. The best from Marfuga.
$46.95
MRG-014
Umbria. We're excited about this powerful, rich new selection from Marfuga. It's a blend of Frantoio and Moraiolo olives yielding great flavor.
$39.95
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