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Organic Olive Oil - Extra Virgin Olive Oil Monocultivar Peranzana Ramieri 6x 750 ml

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Organic Olive Oil 6x 750ml - Ramieri 

Since ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, oil, together with wine and cereals, has been a foundation of the Mediterranean diet. According to experts, extra virgin olive oil is preferable to other fats because it is rich in beneficial substances such as polyphenolsantioxidants that are thought to slow down cellular ageing.

For extra virgin olive oil we mean oil obtained by mechanical cold pressing, this process is very important because it preserves all the nutritional properties.

The Ramieri Rosaria farm was born in 2013 and is located in Apricena, in Foggia Province (Apulia, Italy). It produces certified organic Peranzana extra virgin olive oil.

Peranzana olive oil has a light and delicate flavour, with olfactory notes reminiscent of tomato, rocket and artichoke.

Its balanced and sweet flavour makes it very versatile in the kitchen. Excellent both raw with salads, bruschetta, legume soups but also in cooking on white meats and in fish dishes.

Extra virgin olive oil of the Peranzana variety is also used in pastry making to prepare traditional Apulian sweets.

Grandma's advice: drinking a teaspoon of extra virgin olive oil when you have a sore throat, will help to heal!

Organic Olive Oil - Peranzana Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Peranzana is an olive variety that has been grown since time immemorial in a limited area of the Upper Tavoliere of Puglia and precisely in the countryside of Torremaggiore, Apricena, San Severo, San Paolo Civitate, Lucera, Lesina, Poggio Imperiale, Castelnuovo e Casalvecchio.

Puglia, thanks to its mostly flat territory and the uniformity of its temperate-warm climate, is the most olive growing region in Italy with its 360 thousand hectares of olive grove and 60 million olive trees in total. Today in these courteous territories about 6500 hectares of Peranzana are cultivated.

More than half are centuries-old olive trees, abstract sculptures shaped by time and wind.

The northern part of Puglia, known by the name Capitanata, welcomes several varieties of olive trees.

An Extra Virgin Olive Oil with Noble Origin

In 1083 these territories were owned by the noble Di Sangro family of French origin who boasted various noble titles including princes of San Severo, dukes of Torremaggiore and marquises of Castelnuovo and Casalvecchio.

Among the members of this noble family, we remember in particular Raimondo di Sangro, born in Torremaggiore on January 31, 1710, and died in Naples on March 22, 1771. He was an original exponent of the first European Enlightenment, literary man, publisher, Grand Master of the Neapolitan masonry and inventor.

Among other things, he was also a sophisticated botanist and it is precisely in France, a place where he went to visit the princely families with whom he was related, who met olive trees grown in Provence and certainly transferred them to his fiefdoms of San Severo, Torremaggiore and San Paolo of Civitate; the location of these olive trees, originally called Provenzali, is better known in the local dialectic form as Peranzane.

Read more about Peranzana on our Gourmet Food Magazine

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We deliver your Gourmet Olive Oil to all 28 EU countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and UK. 

More Information
Weight 6.0000
Length 31.0000
Width 25.0000
Height 34.0000
Region Apulia
Province Foggia
City Apricena
Altitude (meters above sea level) 70
Separation Oil/water Centrifugation
Harvest Time October
Harvest Method Mechanical
Yield - EVO Litres/100Kg Olives 10
Origin of raw materials Self-produced
Ingredients Organic Olive Oil - Extra Virgin Olive Oil 100% Peranzana
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