An extra-virgin olive oil obtained by the pressing of olives coming from Puglia carefully selected by our trusted farmer.
There are two main ingredients to obtain a good extra-virgin olive oil: the olive tree and the expert hand of people who know how to treat it. Albori aims to enhance these elements, together with the importance of the area of origin, Puglia.
The olive tree is an ancient plant, charged with symbolic and cultural references, with its sculptural trunks and untamed foliage modelled Puglia’s territories and lands, as well as the extra-virgin olive oil obtained from its fruits gave taste to the Italian food culture.
They are the farmers from Puglia, who look after their olive trees day after day, and from the olive harvest to the pressing and bottling, they monitor the accuracy of each step.
This work brings to three excellent and tasty extra-virgin olive oils, each characterized by its organoleptic qualities.
Albori Monocultivar is obtained by 100% Peranzana olives, a fine cultivar found mainly in a little territory in the North of Puglia. It is characterized by low acidity and a high polyphenol concentration. Fruity medium gentle, and, at the same time, it has a strong character and personality.
Albori Soave is obtained by the blending of three olive qualities, which characterize the Apulian territory, Leccino, Coratino and Peranzana. A fruity and light, gentle and balanced olive oil, able to enhance most of the Mediterranean flavors.
Albori Gran Cru is a fruity medium mature olive oil obtained by an accurate and unique selection of hand-picked olives from only 200 olive trees. Every year the production is limited and only 1500 numbered bottles are sold.
Find out Albori’s tasting kit: all the taste of our Apulian olive oils contained in a luxury box. Enhance your table or give it to a friend. You can find three extra-virgin olive oil bottles to taste: a 100 ml Soave bottle, a Grand Cru 100 ml bottle and a Monocultivar Peranzana 100 ml bottle. Let you be seduced from Apulian tastes and typical flavors.