The olive tree, symbol of abundance, glory and peace, gave its leafy branches to crown the victorious in friendly games and bloody war, and the oil of its fruit has anointed the noblest of heads throughout history.
Today we value extra-virgin olive oil for its nutritional and healthful virtues. Enjoy this collection of olive oils from Spain, Italy, Tunisia, and Greece to experience the range of flavors:
Please Note: Any oil temporarily out of stock will be substituted with a similar oil.
- Marques de Grinon Duo Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Spain) This extra virgin Olive oil is a blend of 90% Arbequina and 10% Picual, made with olives that are fully ripe to give it a fruity aroma with hints of almond and banana. It is delicate and balanced with a mild intensity and length. The aromas of Marques de Grinon oil are exceptionally vivid and bold with notes of green tomatoes, verdant grasses, and artichoke and almond. Its finish is pleasantly pungent which reveals the oil's freshness. From the Carlos Falco family farm near Toledo. (500 ml)
- Primo Fiore Nocellara dell'Etna Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 500ml: (Italy) Between October and November, Nocellara Etnea olives are harvested from the groves on the slopes of Mount Etna in the province of Catania in Sicily. Hand picked and processed within 12 hours, this monovarietal EVOO is opalescent green with golden reflections. (500 ml)
- A l'Olivier Extra Virgin Olive Oil in Stoneware: (France) Founded in 1822, L'Olivier's quaint shop in the old Marais quarter of Paris still serves Parisians with their distinctly sweet, fragrant Provencal-style olive oil. Different from Italian extra virgin olive oil, L'Oliver Extra Virgin Olive Oil has a fruity but mild olive flavor. (500 ml)
- Eleones Early Harvest Extra Virgin Olive Oil: (Greece) The Eleones Early Harvest is handpicked from olive trees of the Hondrolia variety of Mt Athos, Halkidiki. (375 ml)