100% Italian extra virgin olive oil cl50 Frantoio Franci
Regular price €14,90
Extra virgin olive oil.
The 100% Italian extra virgin olive oil of the superior category of Frantoio Franci is obtained directly from olives solely by mechanical means. It is characterized by its medium fruity aroma and fresh and clean taste. Great for everyday dressings thanks to its medium density.
Collection system: By hand for stripping and with facilitators
Harvest period: Mainly in the months of October and November
Extraction system: Frantoio Franci, continuous cycle plant
Appearance: clear from filtering
Density: medium fluidity
Color: green with golden reflections
Scent: medium fruity, clean olive, with herbaceous notes of artichoke and ripe fruit and, to a lesser extent, tomato.
Taste: fresh and clean, opens with a slight sweet sensation followed by a pleasant bitter and spicy charge of medium intensity, persistence rich in vegetal notes dominated by the herbaceous sensation of artichoke. Use: raw on soups, vegetables, legumes, meats, bruschetta, dips, salads, medium-flavored fish.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION per 100 g of product:
Frantoio Franci was born in the 1950s on the hill of Montenero d’Orcia, a small village that dominates the landscape of the Val d’Orcia from the slopes of the Amiata, when the brothers Franco and Fernando Franci they buy a historic olive grove called Villa Magra and renovate an old barn to turn it into an oil mill.
The year 1995 represents an important milestone in the history of the company, in fact the collaboration between Fernando and his son Giorgio begins, adding a new charge of enthusiasm and resourcefulness to the father's experience.
At that point the company decides to aim for a precise strategy:
"We have chosen the path of quality, the only one that is stimulating and practicable for us, one Absolute quality, Sought after without any kind of compromise ".All Frantoio Franci labels have a matrix and a well-defined quality standard for organoleptic characteristics and chemical parameters that guarantee the consumer the qualitative continuity from year to year, the oils that do not reach the objectives are downgraded. The seasonal variables, which determine the quality of the crops and which make this profession stimulating, influence the quantities of finished products but not their quality in absolute terms. The vintage remains that subtle and fascinating margin that makes the difference between a good bottle and a great product.
Unioncamere Selection of Tuscany Best Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oils:
Festambiente National Competition:
National Ercole Olivario Competition:
"Leone d’Oro" International Competition:
Los Angeles County Fair International Competition
"Oil China" International Competition:
Shanghai "Olivasia" International Competition:
"Mario Solinas" International Award:
Der Feinschmecker Guide:
International Olive d'Or Competition