THE ORIGIN OF EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OILWE KNOW ALL OUR FARMERS BY NAME
By the production lot number on the back label of our 100% Italian extra virgin olive oils, you can trace back the name of the olive grower, the oil mill and the packer of it.
Extra virgin olive oil
NOVELLO GREEN FRUITY
Our “Terre Nostre” line presents 100% Italian traced, certified and tasty extra virgin olive oils to our customers. Each boasts an individual identity that tells the story of each farmer.
This extra virgin olive oil has a good fruity fragrance, is slightly spicy and nicely bitter…
”you can feel the real taste of a just pressed olive juice”
The traditional Italian way, from the new crop: it just pressed and bottled without any kind of filtration.
Extra virgin olive oil obtained by olives cultivated, picked and processed in Italy.
Production area: Puglia, Sicily and Calabria;
Crop season: September – November;
Olive varieties: essentially Coratina, Ogliarola, Biancolilla, Cerasuola, Nocellara del Belice and Carolea;
Extraction: by cold extraction (T<27°C).
Aspect: cloudy, unfiltered. During time natural sediment can settle at the bottom of the bottle;
Colour: intense green;
Aroma: green fruity;
Flavour: fresh with intense bitter with spicy sensation;
Acidity: below 0,5% (Law limit for extra virgin olive oil 0,8%).
Use: thanks to its freshness it’s ideal with legume sops, seasonal salads and for the classic roasted bread.
Clear European bordolese glass bottle:
COMPLETE PRODUCTION CHAIN TRACEABILITY
We know all our farmers by name
Do you want to know who grew these olives, the name of the oil mill and packer of the bottle of the 100% Italian extra virgin olive you have just purchased? Do you want to find out where the oil is actually produced?
Look for production lot!
The production lot number is on the back label of your 100% Italian extra virgin olive oil, close to the expiry date as you can see by picture on your left.
Discover the origin of extra virgin olive oil!
Fill the 6 digits lot number in the search box below to discover more about the entire chain, right back to the olive growers.