Frescobaldi Laudemio 2021 (250 ml)

SKU FRC-034
Your Price $27.95
6 $25.15 each
  • Bottle Size:250 ml
  • Harvest: 2021
  • Region:Tuscany
  • Tasting Notes: very intense and typically spicy flavor
  • Rating: 96
  • UPC793232403144

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NYIOOC Gold Medal 2019

Gold Award - 2022 NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition

Gold Medal 2022 - Medium Intensity, Los Angeles International Olive Oil Competition

Gambero Rosso Tre Foglie 2022

Flos Olei 2022 (87/100)

NYIOOC Gold: 2020, 2021 

Laudemio Frescobaldi 2021 is remarkably elegant and well balanced. First, fresh aromas of green olives mowed grass and artichoke. You may also note arugula! Then, the taste is very harmonic with a round flavor of green almond. It is very clean and has an outstanding herbal bitterness on the palate with a very long-lasting, pleasant spiciness. A robust and complex oil. Packaged in a gift box. Filtered, estate-bottled.

2021 Harvest Notes: Frescobaldi 2021 is remarkably elegant and well balanced. First, fresh aromas of green olives, mown grass, and artichoke. Then, the taste is very harmonious with a round flavor of green almond. It is very clean and has an outstanding herbal bitterness on the palate with a very long-lasting, pleasant spiciness.

Review: “an excellent example of a very carefully made oil, virtually fault free…without the aggressive character typical of Tuscan oils — one that often puts off U.S. consumers. This harvest has a well-rounded flavor of fresh walnuts and a spicy peppery finish.” -- Nancy Harmon Jenkins, ZesterDaily.com, 2.12.13

This estate is located in the hills of Chianti Rufina. All producers of Laudemios must adhere to strict guidelines established by the Laudemio consortium. The Frescobaldi Laudemio is consistently rated "exceptional." 

Pour generously over any winter green such as kale, chard, arugula, and beet greens. Elegantly swirl over steamed broccoli, creamy cannellini beans, and chickpeas. Enjoy the explosion of flavors when using as a dip for pinzimonio (raw vegetable crudités).

As seen in Cooks' Illustrated March - April 2017. 

Olive cultivars: Frantoio, Moraiolo, Leccino.

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