EVO oil "3 cultivar" from Gentile, Leccino and Nebbio olives - 0,75 lt.

EVO oil "3 cultivar" from Gentile, Leccino and Nebbio olives - 0,75 lt.

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The peculiarity of "3 cultivar" extra virgin olive oil lies in the scent of fresh grass and... more
Product information "EVO oil "3 cultivar" from Gentile, Leccino and Nebbio olives - 0,75 lt."

The peculiarity of "3 cultivar" extra virgin olive oil lies in the scent of fresh grass and olives not completely ripe, which give the palate a green, fruity, harmonious and generally sweet oil.
The olive varieties "Gentile di Chieti" and "Nebbio" are typical of the province of Chieti, Leccino is an olive variety which is more widespread in Italy.
Recommended for white meat and delicate fish dishes.

Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil exclusively coming from the cold pressing of Gentile di Chieti, Nebbio and Leccino olive qualities.

 

"EVO oil "3 cultivar" from Gentile, Leccino and Nebbio olives - 0,75 lt."
Region: Abruzzo
Manufacturer: Cinquina Sole d'Abruzzo
Quantity: 0,75 ltr
May contain allergens: Yes - Always check the information on the product label before its consumption or use.

Cinquina Sole d'Abruzzo

Located on the Frentane hills, the farm is surrounded by seas and mountains, national parks and nature reserves, and is in perfect harmony with the territory, a territory that in the Abruzzese agricultural tradition is dedicated to the olive harvest and represents gold for the economy domestic, "green gold" as the warm heat of the "new" oil put to rest after pressing. The Abruzzo company is distinguished by respect for the environment by concretely operating through the use of top quality materials and products and "environmentally friendly": 100% FSC cardboard for packaging, as well as the totality of the packaging of the fully recyclable oil, printing, and wood. Although today the company has reached a large size and has the best production technology, the mill represents the historical soul of the company. In the 80s, Saverio Cinquina, supported and supported by his wife Domenica, embarked on a path of productive growth projected to an increasingly vast national market, definitively leaving the management of the company in the hands of his four children: Pasquale, Mario, Luciano, and Alessandro.

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