The olives for this extra virgin olive oil are grown organically at the estate of Herdade de Esporao in Alentejo. Known for their internationally lauded olive oil and wine, they use environmentally friendly agricultural methods and press the oils in their 100% sustainable olive mill.
Terroir olive oil is produced from varieties of Cobrançosa and Arbequina olives using organic production. The fruits are carefully selected from the field to the oil mill, resulting in an authentic and genuine olive oil, full of scents and flavors.
2018, NYOOC – NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL OLIVE OIL COMPETITION, Organic Delicate Blend Category – Silver
2018, ‘Concurso Nacional de Azeites de Portugal’ (National portuguese olive oil competition) – Best of the Market 2018
2018, ‘Feira Nacional de Olivicultura’ (National olive-growing fair) Virgin Olive Oil Contest, Organic Category – Gold Medal
2018, ‘Feira Nacional de Olivicultura’ (National olive-growing fair) Virgin Olive Oil Contest, ‘Quinta’ olive oil Category – Gold Medal
Greenish tint resulting from the use of green olives.
Very balanced with a medium fruitiness, floral aroma and notes of freshly cut grass, green wheat and artichoke.
Harmonious, complex, slightly spicy and moderately bitter, with a nutty finish.
USE AND PAIRING
For people seeking a genuine product full of flavor. It should be used cold, ideal for boiled, steamed, or grilled vegetables, lean fish, and salads in general.