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Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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EVO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) is one of the main ingredient in Italian cuisine.
As for most Italian cultivation, it is very typical of each regions taking the name of the town like for Chianti, or the variety of specific local olive name..

There are literally hundreds of olive cultivars growing throughout the world, with at least 400 known varieties in Italy alone.

Our team has a special love for Italian EVO and we hope to guide you through the different regions of Italy to explore how various and interesting premium extra virgin olive oils can be.

Our EVO selection is undoubtedly premium and specifically 100% Italian meaning: produced with Italian olives in Italy.

Arke, Sicily

In the central part of Sicily, the Nisseno area, in a small town called San Cataldo the Arke team brings to the historical tradition of olive productions, a higher quality standard and a dynamic team to bring Sicilian EVO to the world.

Arke produces cold extracted EVOs selecting exclusively Sicilian olives of fine organoleptic characteristics within their territory. The proximity of the fruit to the production facility allows to produce a premium and healthy EVO, rich in polyphenols and of an exceptional taste and harmonious balance.

Arke Classico

Sicilian Olives Blend.
Cold Extracted.
Sicilian 100% Olives.

Arke Organic

Monocultivar Moresca.
Cold Extracted.
Sicilian 100% Olives.

Natural Aromatic EVOs

The aromatic oils are based on the Arke Classico and are produced with real infusion, not artificial flavors.

Gonnelli 1585, Tuscany

The Gonnelli Family , also owner of the Frantoio di Vertine in the Chianti Classico, represents one of the Italian excellences in the world of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The philosophy has always been to offer a healthy, genuine and natural product and this is only possible by following directly every phase of the production: for each process we apply new innovative technologies to obtain an excellent product.

(this item will arrive at the end of November 2022)

Green Olives.

Black Olives.