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Trappéto di Caprafico Crognale Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2023

Trappéto di Caprafico Crognale Extra Virgin Olive Oil 2023

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BOTTLE SIZE
500 ml.
HARVEST
2023
REGION
Abruzzo
RATING
97
UPC
8022183000259
BOTTLE SIZE
500 ml.
HARVEST
2023
REGION
Abruzzo
RATING
97
UPC
8022183000259

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Discover one of the very best Abruzzo olive oils available with this selection from Trappéto di Caprafico, Crognale, from 100% Crognalegno olives.

Since 1874 the Masciantonio family has been dedicated to the cultivation and processing of olives in the province of Chieti in Abruzzo. The great quality of the oil is linked to experience, passion and the presence of centuries-old olive trees of the typical varieties of the area. The mountainous climate is perfect for keeping insects away while giving plants natural protection.

Crognale extra virgin olive oil is a dark green oil, the scent is characterized by hints of cut grass; the taste is fresh and elegant with notes of almond and thistle, perfect harmony between spicy and bitter.

Ideal pairing with grilled red meats, bruschetta, legume soups. Raw condiment on bruschetta and legume soups, ideal for cooking grilled red meats.

Flos Olei 2024 Best Extra Virgin Olive Oil of the Year

Flos Olei 2024 (99/100)

Grande Olio Slow 2024 - Abruzzo

Merum 2024 -Three Hearts

Gambero Rosso 2024 - Best Intense Fruity

Flos Olei 2023 (99/100)

Bibenda 5 Gocce (2023)

Extravaganza Top 20 2023 - Abruzzo

Gambero Rosso La Stella 2022 for 10 consecutive years of Tre Foglie

Grande Olio Slow - Slow Food 2021

Chiocciole - Slow Food Recognized Farm 2021

Gambero Rosso Special Prize 2021 - Olive Grower of the Year 

Mediterranean olive culture has one of its most important Italian expressions here in Abruzzo, where entire landscapes have been carved out over the centuries between Adriatic Sea and Appenine Mountains.

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