Puglia Olive Oil Guide

Olive Oil Guide / Coratina

Green & Gold

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Primarily blended from succulent Frantoio, Leccino and Coratino olives, the oil has a distinct and lively fruity taste, complemented by its rich and exquisite color.

 

San Sebastiano

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The “San Sebastiano” is a farm located in Strongoli in the province of Crotone, Calabria. Surrounded by the greenery and peace of its olive trees, it is situated at the foot of the hill on which the ancient Petelia stood, as the name of the fund says: “Pie’ della Scala”, “at the foot of the climb”.

 

Di Molfetta Frantoiani

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In far away 1950 it is born to Trani, in contrada Lamadoro in the masseria of the Melodia Baron frantoio oleario Di Molfetta Girolamo with the collaboration of the siblings the Vito, Leonardo, Luigi, Mauro and Sergio.

 

Memmola

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The tradition of the company Memmola in transforming the olive juice in the colors, scents and flavors of Puglia originated at the end of 1800 when Francis, grandfather of current owners, started an olive oil and wine business.

 

Villa Cappelli

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You can be sure Villa Cappelli Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made with 100% Italian Coratina olives in Italy using authentic and certified Italian techniques and methods.

 

Olio Beato

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In the province of Bari, Nicholas Rutigliano and his family works with olives Passionele, Ogliarola, Corato, Bari and produces an excellent oil which is exported to European countries and the United States under the brand name “five” in collaborazione with Scipioni the Equus family foods.

 

Alta Cresta Olive Orchard

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The orchard is located near Paso Robles, CA on a south facing hillside. The climate is very similar to the Mediterranean area with cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers. Perfect for the Italian olive varieties.

 

Rio Largo

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Double Gold award winner Rio Largo Estate, situated in the Scherpenheuwel Valley South Africa, comprises olive orchards, vines,a nursery and a new state of the art Oliomio olive processing, bottling and labelling plant.

 

Olyvenbosch

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Frantoio,Leccino & Coratina olive varieties are cold pressed to produce a robust, smooth-textured oil with fresh grassy and soft fruity aromas complemented by a peppery after taste.

 

Monini

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Monini remains one of the very few medium/big companies still entirely owned and managed by the founding family. Even today the current owner, Zefferino Francesco Monini, still personally selects and tastes all the oils before they are bottled.

 

Entroterra

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New world cultivars at the Northwest of Argentina, between Ambato and Ancasti foothills, at the beautifull Catamarca state. Fresh, medium fruity and fragrant, with a light scent of grass, apple and herb notes, vegetables and almonds.

 

Frantoio Oleario Monterisi

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Monterisi has an intense golden yellow colour with delicate nuances of green crystal, as its aroma offers vegetable and with hints of artichoke and wild chicory plus herbal balsamic tones, with a clear memory of mint and rosemary.

 

Southern Right

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Southern Right produces an expressive extra virgin, cold pressed, unfiltered olive oil, reflecting its unique setting, some of closest groves to the sea (a mere 2.5km from the cold Atlantic) and most southerly on the continent.

 

Olio Extravergine Topporusso

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Topporusso is yellow with green shades and gold flecks. At the nose it is fruity with sweet tones of white fruit mixed with hints of vegetables and grassy fields. Bitter taste, spicy content with typical aftertaste of artichoke.

 

Olio Guglielmi Robusto

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In 1954 Saverio Guglielmi created the Fratelli Guglielmi company, the enterprise was based on an exceptional product and business standards of the highest integrity.