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Pruneti

Tuscany

Pruneti

The Pruneti family oil mill started with Girolamo Pruneti in 1800 in Florence, Tuscany. It was a family business that traded not only extra virgin olive oil but also flowers and wine as it is located in the hills of Chianti, where the most famous Florentine wines come from! Today, the oil mill is still run by the Pruneti family and it produces nine varieties of extra virgin olive oil which are different in aroma and flavours but have the same high quality. The priceless holdings from which we extract our Pruneti extra virgin olive oil is based on more...

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Agraria Mannelli

Agraria Mannelli

 LISTEN OUR PODCASTS ORIGIN AND TRACEABILITY Country/Region Italy/Umbria Certifications Organic, DOP Products Ascolana, Moraiolo, Leccino, DOP Umbria, more   THE FARM/THE PRODUCER  Giulio Mannelli‘s farm, is located on the hills surrounding the medieval town of Bettona, the beautiful Etruscan terrace of the green Umbria. An area which has always been suited to the cultivation of olive trees, so much so to be the heart of the production of the oil DOP Umbria Colli Martani.   A family company that since years ago give to the production of extra virgin olive oil the expression of the culture that enhances the passion for the...

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Olio Carolino

Olio Carolino

Carolino takes its name from the Aqueduct built in 1760 by the Borboni to bring water to the wonderful fountains of the Reggia di Caserta, thanks to the architectural work of the Vanvitelli father and son. The source of the water started from Bucciano, and flowed underground for 38 km. It is in Bucciano that the Azienda Agricola Enza Napolitano produces the Carolino blend. The small town of Bucciano is located in the province of Benevento, at the foot of the Taburno Massif. A series of caves probably gave its name to the mountain: Taburno from Taberne. These caves proved to...

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Abbraccio Seggiano

Abbraccio Seggiano

“ABBRACCIO was born from the native variety of OLIVASTRA DI SEGGIANO„ Seggiano is a small village with around 1000 inhabitants, situated at the foot of Monte Amiata in the Grosseto province. The Olivastra is a wild variety of olive tree that began being cultivated by the benedettini monks around 1300a.d. It is resistant to the cold, strong, and only reproduce from the graft, not from the pit, as it is self-sterile. Only Moraiolo Frantoiano and Correggiolo varieties, known as male, can fertilise it. THE OLIVASTRA harvest is limited to between 60% and 70% of the production. The olives are small...

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Visconti

Visconti

  Region Puglia Cultivars Peranzana, Coratina   Back  Brothers, children and grandchildren: our stories of land are stories of people. Our work tastes like family, unity, staying together, but has also the added and personal value that each of us can bring. In fact, it has been since generations that the Visconti family cultivated the land and gathered its generous fruit. The company has over 100 hectares of cultivated land ranging from wheat to tomatoes, from vineyards to olive groves. The olive-covered area is represented by over 30 hectares, with a total that exceeds 5000 plants; among these, about 80%,...

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