Marfuga Olive Oil
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Marfuga's award-winning Umbrian extra-virgin oil is crafted at a family-owned mill with a 200-year tradition of olive oil making. Artisans use a blend of local olives to create a vibrant emerald-green oil that combines a delicate fruity flavor with a fresh, peppery finish.
- This versatile oil showcases a flavorful blend of Moraiolo, Frantoio and Leccino olives, hand-picked from groves at the foot of the Marfuga hills.
- Olives are crushed and pressed within a few hours of harvesting.
- The extra-virgin oil is taken only from the first cold-pressing, which provides the purest olive flavor and aroma, as well as the lowest acidity.
- Italy's DOP (protected origin) certification guarantees this Umbrian extra-virgin olive oil's quality and authenticity.
- Perfect as a dipping oil for crusty breads or blending into salad dressings, this flavorful oil also adds a delicious finishing touch to soups, grilled meats and vegetables.
- 25.4 fl. oz.
- Made in Italy.
- 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Clove from A perfect Umbrian Olive Oil As you can see from the reviews above, the opinions range from 1 star to 5 stars. Here's why, many of the reviewers don't realize that olives are a fruit, much like grapes, they are greatly influenced in their taste by their variety, the soil in which they grow, the weather, their exposure to the sun and temperature. Therefore the taste differently year fro year. The mass producers blend their oils (variety of olives, countries of origin etc.) to keep a common, consistent taste. Artisinal (Estate) bottled olive oils will vary year from year; just like wine. Having spent some time in Umbria, I can factually state that Marfuga olive oil is the oil served in the better restaurants (i.e.: il Corrorone in Montefalco) and they are proud of this oil. I have been using this oil for many years and, as I mentioned above, it varies, but I find it to be an excellent Umbrian oil. That is to say, good fruit up front, and a peppery finish.Date published: 2018-01-18Rated 1 out of 5 by Pampam from Dud Disappointing. Relegated to cooking only; intention is to use it up and be done with it. Will not buy again.Date published: 2017-06-19Rated 1 out of 5 by MarcelloAgostinelli from Sorry, this is not the real deal. (2015 Harvest) I got this for my birthday recently because I only use real olive oil. This “Marfuga Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Huile d’olive vierge extra,” (Harvest date 2015, Lot# Z4 18) does not taste or smell like the real stuff. If you ever stood in front of the olive oil press in a farm, or passed by the crushed olives production line, then you would recognize the real deal. The stuff in this bottle is some unknown mixture, including crushed tree leaves. One out of 8 brands that I try from the market in L.A. these days might actually smell like the real thing, but not this bottle. It is an old fact that much of the olive oil on the market shelves is simply not the real deal. I did not invent this information. It is in the news. One example: Los Angeles Times Business Section article “Researchers at UC Davis find problems again with purity of imported olive oil;” an article based on science, which demonstrates that 75% of the top-selling imported olive oil fail international extra virgin standards.Date published: 2016-11-14Rated 5 out of 5 by NSB53 from One of Sonoma's best This is one of the best olive oils Sonoma has on their shelf. If you don't like this one, you don't know good olive oil.Date published: 2014-06-23Rated 1 out of 5 by ananas from 2011 harvest Purchased a bottle and discovered that it is from the harvest in 2011. It would be great if the product listing indicated the year of harvest.Date published: 2013-08-02Rated 5 out of 5 by DALEX from Good complexity This is perfect on caprese and for other raw preparations. I think it's equal to the olio santo.Date published: 2013-07-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Best olive oil This is the best olive oil available outside of Italy. I have tasted a lot of olive oils. Marfuga produces the best. We are lucky that Williams Sonoma carries this OUTSTANDING product!Date published: 2012-11-09