Puglia’s geographical position, climate and terroir form the basis of the olive tree’s quality used to produce Albori, our Apulian olive oil.
Thanks to a predominant Mediterranean climate, characterized by low rainfall and seasonal temperature changes, and the soil strongly calcareous with a good drainage capacity, make Puglia a perfect land to cultivate our reference cultivar – Peranzana, Leccino and Coratina.
Moreover, the proximity to Monti Dauni, brings strong winds that led to rigid winters and to a late and slow olives ripening.
All these factors together generate a unique microclimate and give to the plants the features that allow to obtain a high-quality extra-virgin olive oil.
Albori is obtained by the pressing of the best olives coming from Puglia carefully selected and hand-picked by our trusted farmer. We carry out the milling with the utmost care, working without oxygen to avoid oxidation. The cold pressing is done within the first eight hours after the harvest, so that the organoleptic features remain unchanged.
We only use hand-picked Italian olives coming from a strictly traced production flow in order to guarantee our products quality
the cultivar that
we use are:
Considered one of the finest, rich in polyphenols
One of the oldest and long-lived.
Very suitable to make a more balanced blend.
This work brings to three excellent and tasty extra-virgin olive oils, each characterized by its organoleptic qualities.