EVOO - 100% Made in Italy
This award winning Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made with the heritage of tradition and the creativity of innovation.
New Production from Italy due by January 15, 2018
Click here to view the awards - Sublimis - Gold Award
Health Benefits Of EVOO
These EVOOS are rich in monounsaturated fats (especially oleic acid) and natural antioxidants such as Vitamin E, polyphenols, and carotene. Several studies have linked diets that include monounsaturated fats like extra-virgin olive oil to reduced risk of heart disease. And more recently, a study found that olive oil that contain polyphenols, may help prevent cell aging and osteoporosis. Polyphenols may also help to reduce risk of developing aging-related diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's and diabetes.
The history of the Frantoio Agostini is a great story of passion, tradition, and excellence. The story began 70 years ago in the beautiful region of Le Marche Italy - located in the center of Italy in the Aso Valley between the Sibillini Mountains and the Adriatic Sea where the air is fresh and pure and the climate is ideal for olive trees. The activity of this mill was handed down from father to son and today, is in the third generation. The Agostini Olive Mill has been nominated as one of the 200 best olive mills in the world.
The finest selection of these olive oils will seduce any food lover who is in search of an authentic food experience. Each type has its own unique taste and aroma. The producer of this delicious oil continues to honor their commitment to producing true, genuine quality extra virgin olive oils without compromise. It is produced in small batches and has limited quantity.
November 05, 2017
Olivaplususa.com Ever since I starting importing olive oil, it was my heart's desire to help with a harvest -(raccolta delle olive - as the Italians say). Our friends, Charlie and India (Appassionata Properties - appassionata.com) invited us to take part in the harvest of 2017 in their groves while we were staying in Le Marche. We jumped at the chance. The October day was sunny and beautiful with a high temperature of 72 degrees....perfect! Here's how it all works - First off, It is important not to bruise the olives during the harvest because this can lead to decay. We...