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Oil and wine. Tuscany is a region covered in hills where alternating olive groves, vineyards and farmhouses shape the landscape.
The rural tradition in this area has resulted in the highest proportion of cooperative work, a community tradition that builds on shared values and relies on the strength that comes from a multitude of small family business.
This welcoming land is a testimony of how nature and history have coexisted harmoniously. As demonstrated by its roads, that come across abbeys while winding between rows of cypress, following an itinerary of good living.
In Tuscany the art of growing olives is a tradition handed down through the centuries. Here olive trees are kept low to ease the premature picking of the olives so as to achieve

  • Production area: Tuscany
  • Harvest: Each year the Tuscan Oil Consortium establishes the picking period
  • Olive variety: mainly Frantoio, Moraiolo and Leccino
  • Colour: bright green
  • Aroma: full and persistent fruity
  • Falvour:intensely fruity with a hint of artichoke
  • Food pairing: straight from the bottle for rustic soup, steak with rocket, a dish of game or the classic Tuscan bruschetta