Map of Veneto

Veneto is a coastal area and not well known for olive trees but better known for its famous cities -- Venezia (Venice), Padova (Padua) and Verona. The region possesses a wide variety of terrain, from the marshes of Venezia to the high mountains of the Dolomites. In between are beautiful hills full of olive trees and vineyards. The olive oil of the Veneto is mostly produced in the area to the east of Lago di Garda, along the Adige river and eastward. We are seeking additional fine oils from Veneto.

Authenticity and wellness are the features of the Extra Virgin Olive Oil, the San Felice selection from Frantoio Bonamini. With milder flavor notes, this combines easily for everyday use. A very mild and versatile olive oil. This has a single note “hit” of pepper in the finish.
Light, fruity olive oil with some "medio" peppery notes from DOP Veneto Valpolicella. DOP Veneto Valpolicella is an excellent mark of authenticity. Further, this olive oil has been named Best DOP Lightly Fruity in Flos Olei 2019! Flos Olei 2020 and 2020 scores: 100/100!
Da Vinci Code followers can travel through Italy seeking the holy grail in the form of crude – the finest extra virgin olives in Italy! The perfect gift—the treasure, three authentic oils from throughout Italy—in a gift box. Veneto, Tuscany, and Puglia.
Veneto. From the hills above Lake Garda. Paolo Bonomelli’s Ca’Rainene Classico is lightly fruity and delicate. It is best suited for fish, white meats, fresh vegetables and desserts. In addition, we find it also delicious on pizza and tomato sauces.
Veneto. From the hills above Lake Garda. Genesi extra virgin olive oil of great interest. Produced from Casaliva, Leccino, and Pendolino olives harvested in the second half of October.
Veneto. From the hills above Lake Garda. Monocultivar Drizzar is extra virgin olive oil of great complexity. Medium-to-intensely fruity, full bodied, with substantial and persistent pungency.
Veneto. In one word: Exquisite! Three top selections from Paolo Bonomelli's Boutique Olive Oil Farm. These are very limited in production and have been top award winners around the world.
Young trees produce an exclusive harvest for Campo di Casa — and ensure its position in the very special Cru line. The label evokes the local geography (complete with Latitude and Longitude), and the soft and sweet lightly-fruity notes of Campo di Casa (the land of the home) include a large variety of olive types in this experimental grove. Grignano, Frantoio, Leccino, Pendolino, Maurino, Arbequina, Gorgazzo, Rasara, Casaliva, Bianchera, Arbosana, Itrana and Coratina.
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