Olive Oil

Olive Oil

Each Italian producer of fine olive oil takes care to select the very best olives and blends the oils from selected varieties in a way that makes his oil worthy of tasting. The oils we sell are those that are the very best in their category.

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TRE-021
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.
$35.95
CHR-015
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.
$38.95
CHR-014
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.
$35.95
CHR-017
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.
$39.95
CHR-016
Tuscany. From the Val d’Orcia hills. This Pendolino monocultivar extra virgin olive oil is noteworthy and recalls the smell of bitter almond, making it unique and taste-worthy!
$39.95
CFA-003
We met Marinita and her husband in Verona, where we were able to taste this remarkable new olive oil. This is an Itrana, Moraiolo, and Leccino blend. It is delightful, yet somewhat more intense than other Itrana selections from Lazio.
$42.95
CLE-026
Lazio. Fresh and vibrant. New bottle shape. From the lands of the Etruscans, Colli Etruschi, a bold yet fruity extra virgin olive oil. This oil is well regarded and notable for recognition from Slow Food. Gold Award.
$35.95
VLA-003
Umbria. Here's an enticing new selection from Marco Viola in Perugia. It's a frantoio - moraiolo blend.
$33.95
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