olive oil

Al “Podere del Viandante” Blend Olive Oil

The farm “Al Podere del Viandante” rises near the ancient route that winds along the watersheds of the mountain of Chianti: a road of Etruscan origin connected Florence to Rome. We are in the water’s and castles valley, sheltered from woody vegetation, with little tilled zones surrounded by rich undergrowth of Mediterranean bush. This is a typical zone for the Apiculture practiced in the last centuries by the monks of “Badia Monte Scalari” yet and carried on today by the farm with natural method.

The quality product strictly kept to the tradition of these places is the Blend Olive Oil that the farm produces with methods of biological cultivation, obtained from a various mix of typical olives of the territory by using a mechanical squeezing cold process. The land prevailingly argillaceous gives persistent accents of aftertaste and intense fruity aromas and heady.

The Blend Olive Oil

Obtained by a mixture of various kind of olives, this Olive Oil has green colour with golden yellow tones.

The perfume is mildly spicy flavor profile with hints of artichoke. It is Ideal for all types of courses.

 

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