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 is the onset of ripening?

It is when there is a change in the surface colour of the fruit from green to yellow to red to purple to a wine colour and then completely black. For each variety of olive oil there is a time of ripening in which the oil...

How is Extra virgin olive oil best stored?

As stated on the label, oil, any type of oil needs to be stored away from the light, preferably in the dark, in a cool area and must be "well sealed".

What does the term "cultivar" mean?

"CULTIvated VARiety" - it is a term that defines the variety (form) of an olive tree of the Olea Europea species. Italy is particularly rich in different cultivars, spread across olive growing regions, that contribute to...

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