P.D.O. Dauno Gargano

Extra Virgin Olive oil

Characteristics:

Extra Virgin Olive Oil produced exclusively from Ogliarola Gargano olives, harvested in the majestic and unmistakable olive groves and pressed in the areas of origin.

Its peculiar characteristics are such to merit the recognition of the EEC Protected Designation of Origin P.D.O.

Serving suggestions

The pleasant herbaceous and floral sensations combined with a sharp fresh almond after taste, slightly bitter and pungent, is suitable for all uses in its raw state, on vegetables, soups and on warm bread.

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