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Frescobaldi Laudemio 2022 (500 ml)

Frescobaldi Laudemio 2022 (500 ml)

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BOTTLE SIZE
500 ml
HARVEST
2022
REGION
Tuscany
RATING
96
FLAVORS
very intense and typically spicy flavor
UPC
793232403144
BOTTLE SIZE
500 ml
HARVEST
2022
REGION
Tuscany
RATING
96
UPC
793232403144

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As seen in Forbes Online

Silver Medal 2024 -  Medium, Los Angeles International Olive Oil Competition

Bronze Medal 2023 - Medium, Tuscany, Los Angeles International Olive Oil Competition

Gold Award - 2022 NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition

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


Featured in the Forbes Magazine Holiday Gift Guide 2022: The Best Italian Food Gifts, Laudemio Frescobaldi Extra Virgin Olive Oil is full of vibrant flavor to liven up your homecooked meals. It's perfect for expanding your kitchen pantry with authentic Italian ingredients or for surprising a fellow food lover with a thoughtful gift.

This is a special olive oil that comes from the hills of Chianti Rufina near Florence in the region of Tuscany. Although many Tuscan oils can have more spicy and bitter notes, this Laudemio olive oil is a bit more subtle. It has a balanced, clean taste with hints of green almond, and the aromas of green olives, artichoke, mowed grass, and arugula bring out the oil's bright, herbal bitterness. That bitterness is complemented by a pleasant level of spiciness, creating a well-rounded flavor. Use this Laudemio Frescobaldi olive oil to enhance a variety of dishes and ingredients, including winter greens, steamed broccoli, cannellini beans, and chickpeas.

November 2022: As seen in Forbes Magazine Holiday Gift Guide 2022: The Best Italian Food Gifts.  

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

As seen in Cooks' Illustrated March - April 2017. 

Olive cultivars: Frantoio, Moraiolo, Leccino.

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