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Virgin Olive Oil

  • $24.95
    Hojiblanca olives are a Spanish variety from Andalusia that also flourish in northern Victoria, Australia. This award-winning 2013 harvest oil hails from one of Australia's most esteemed olive oil producers. The Hojiblanca olives are grown in select parcels and picked at optimum ripeness, then cold-pressed within four hours a practice that earns this aromatic oil its Ultra Premium label. Extra-virgin olive oil cold-pressed from Hojiblanca olives.
  • $19.95
    Essential for any garlic lovers pantry, this versatile cooking and finishing oil is infused with both fresh and roasted garlic, creating a complex depth of flavor in salads, pastas, grilled foods and more. Made with Stonehouses quality extra-virgin, it lends a deep, slow-cooked flavor to any dish, instantly. This garlic oil is wonderful for salads, pastas, grilled foods and dipping, or for an easy homemade pasta sauce, simply mix with chopped tomatoes, Italian herbs and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
  • $28.95
    Made from arbequina and koroneiki olives grown on the sun-drenched hillsides of Californias Central Valley, this extra-virgin olive oil has a rich, golden hue and a mild, grassy flavor with a lingering, faintly peppery finish. The organic, sustainably farmed olives are pressed within hours of harvest using state-of-the-art cold-extraction techniques for optimal freshness and flavor.
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    The motto "Italian heritage, California soil" took root in 1914, when Vincenzo Ricchiuti planted the seeds of a family farm that would grow for generations in the heart of Californias Central San Joaquin Valley. Today, we're proud to bring you ENZO's award-winning extra-virgin olive oil. From the planting of each tree to the olive harvest, then the milling and bottling of the oil, all steps are completed under the direction of Patrick and Vincent Ricchiuti.
  • $26.95
    This premium extra-virgin olive oil is produced in the rugged Sierra foothills of California from a blend of organically grown Picholine, Columella and Ascolano olives. The olives are hand picked and pressed using a unique extraction method developed in Italy. One of only five in the world, the innovative Cultivar 500 mill operates under vacuum pressure, thus preserving the highest possible levels of nutrients and antioxidants.
  • $29.95
    In ancient times, olio santo (the "sacred oil" that represented the best of the olive harvest) was reserved for use in religious ceremonies. Today, the term identifies this award-winning extra-virgin olive oil from California's Napa Valley. Cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil from the celebrated Central Valley growing region. Full bodied, with a robust early-harvest flavor. Wonderful for salads, pastas, grilled foods and dipping. 25.4 oz. Made in USA.
  • $32.95
    This award-winning extra-virgin olive oil comes to us from the family-owned Grumpy Goats Farm in Northern California's Capay Valley, where the rich, fertile soil and Mediterranean climate provide the perfect habitat for world-class olive orchards. Legendary for their robust flavor and high levels of healthy polyphenols, the certified-organic Coratina olives are hand picked each autumn, then rushed to the mill within hours of harvesting.
  • $49.95
    This award-winning oil is produced by the Ravida family on their estate in Menfi, Sicily, from 300-year-old wild olive trees. Pressed within eight hours of hand picking, the distinctive blend of Sicilian olives brims with the flavor and aroma of green grass, tomato and almonds. Certified organic extra-virgin olive oil from Sicily. Cold-pressed from a blend of Cerasuola, Biancolilla and Nocellara olives hand harvested from 300-year-old groves.
  • $25.95
    As harmonious as its name implies, "Quartetto Viola" extra-virgin olive oil is an artfully orchestrated blend of four California-grown Sicilian olive varieties, including Ogliarola Barese, Biancolilla, Cerasuola and Nocellara. The olives are sustainably grown, then hard-harvested and cold-pressed into artisanal oil at the Owen's Creek Ranch in Mariposa County with the exact harvest date of the olives clearly marked on the label.
  • $34.95
    This exceptional olive oil comes to us from a regenerated grove of 100-year-old olive trees, located just above Lake Garda in northern Italy. Three varieties of olives are hand pressed within two hours of being picked to ensure maximum freshness. Made by hand in limited quantities with Casaliva, Leccino and Pendolino olive varieties. Intense fruity flavor with a hint of pepper.
  • $36.95
    This world-renowned olive oil represents the very finest that Spain has to offer. Exhibiting an intensely fresh aroma and complex fruity flavor, it hails from Dominio de Valdepusa, a family estate near Toledo dating back to the medieval 13th century. Led by pioneering winemaker Carlos Falc, the estate crafts exceptional wines and olive oils using innovative technology. Marqus de Grin Capilla del Fraile is a 100% estate-bottled extra-virgin olive oil from the Montes de Toledo region of Spain.
  • $24.95
    Savor the authentic flavors of the Turkish countryside in this award-winning extra-virgin olive oil. Showcasing a proud artisanal tradition, the single-varietal oil is crafted exclusively from early-harvest Ayvalik (Edremit) olives grown on the historic Makaron Farm, located in the North Aegean part of Turkey. The olives are hand picked, then crushed and cold-pressed within a few hours of harvesting.
  • $42.95
    These extraordinary extra-virgin olive oils are made from olives grown on an Italian estate that the Colonna family has farmed for over 200 years. Wonderfully well balanced, fruity and buttery, the extra-virgin oils exhibit a consistent quality that comes from expert blending of different olive varieties, each hand harvested, milled and cold-pressed separately. Any slight cloudiness or sediment is a sign of the oils pure, natural, unfiltered state.