Montevertine

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Produced in very limited quantities from olives of the varietals Correggiolo, Moraiolo and Leccino, pressed using the traditional cold pressing procedure. Montevertine extra virgin olive oil is consistently ranked in the top oils from Tuscany, Italy. Montevertine olive oil boasts a rich, subtle complex flavor…intense in flavor, is both creamy & fruity, nutty & bittersweet, with a distinct peppery Tuscan olive finish.

Over lunch Martino told us that he enjoys his olive oil over many years, often dipping into older vintages to see how they are maturing. He claims his olive oil is great for at least a decade if well stored. Please note that we ship and store our olive oil under the same strict conditions as we handle our wine. It is rare to find quality olive oil that is handled with such care; the majority of the olive oil in the marketplace today is shipped in unrefrigerated containers and is stored without temperature control, rendering it spoiled by the time it hits the shelves.
The olives are harvested from trees surrounding this world-renowned vineyard in Radda in Chianti.

The olive groves are placed from North-East toward South, at 380-420 meters above sea level.

  • NUMBER OF OLIVE TREES: approx. 1,000
  • METHOD OF CULTIVATION: traditional Tuscan “Reventina” style
  • HARVESTING: manual
  • METHOD OF EXTRACTION: continuous centrifugation
  • FILTRATION: with cotton filters
  • CHARACTERISTICS: clear green color, distinct olive taste, slightly spicy
Montevertine Olio Extra Vergine Di Oliva: Produced in very limited quantities from olives of the varietals Correggiolo, Moraiolo, and Leccino, pressed using the traditional cold pressing procedure. The olive groves are placed from North-East toward South, at 380-420 meters above sea level.