Classico

Cooking and dressing every day

Characteristics:

The taste is unmistakable: perfectly balanced, harmonious, full. With pleasant notes of freshness that recall the smell of freshly cut grass. This is the defining taste: just what you would expect from a true Classico.

Serving suggestions

In the kitchen this satisfies a variety of taste requirements, bringing harmony to  the flavour of sauces, roasts, side dishes and raw in condiments.

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What are "polyphenols"?

They are antioxidants typical of olives at the right stage of ripeness which, like vitamin E, bestow stability to extra virgin olive oil. They have a bitter and pungent taste which characterises the elevated quality of the...

Is "first pressed" oil the best?

Today, all oils undergo a "first and only" pressing. Many years ago, however, the olives did undergo a first, softer pressing, followed by a second one. But for decades, all the olives undergo a single pressing or extraction...

What is the smoking point?

It is the temperature at which the oil begins to smoke. This value depends on the oil's degree of acidity. All seed oils, but also olive oil (not extra virgin!) during refining are neutralised and have an acidity value of...

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