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Delicato

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SKU:
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It is clear and light green in color. Its aroma is complex and elegant, characterized by herbal tones with fruity hints of tomato, almond and banana.

Monocultivar: 100% Itrana

Size: 0.5L and 0.25L

Region: in the Province of Latina, near Sonnino.

Harvest: Picking by Hand, December thru January 2020/2021

Uses: Excellent paired with steamed fish, steamed veggies, chicken, salads, tomatoes and mozzarella.

Flavor/Aroma: Elegant notes of tomato, almond and banana and balsamic herbs of sage and mint. Bitter and spicy flavors are definite and present, but in perfect harmony

Awards and Honors:

- Winner of the Regional Competition for Best Oil in Lazio, 
- Named Best Oil and Best Monocultivar Oil of high value of tocopherols and polyphenols in Lazio. 
- First Prize in Spoleto for the National Competition Ercole Awarded the National Competition Sirena d'Oro at Sorrento reserved for PDO oils 
- First Prize at the National Competition 'Olio Capitale' in Trieste. 
- First Place in Urbino at the National Competition Orciolo Gold. 
- First Prize at the National Competition Legambiente in Grosseto . 
- Winner of the International Competition Sol d'Oro in Verona. 
- Best Extra Virgin Olive Oil Intense Fruity in the National Guide of Italy by Gambero Rosso. 
- Winner of the tenth anniversary of the National Guide to Extra Virgin Slow Food. 
- Best Extra Virgin Olive Oil in the International Guide Der Feinschmecker. 
- Best Extra Virgin Olive Oil in the International Merum.

98/100 Flos Olei 2021 - A Guide to the World of Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Gold Medal 2016 – Los Angeles International Olive Oil Competition 

Delicato - Best of Show 2015 - Medium, Best of Class, Gold Medal Medium, Itrana - Los Angeles International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition

Fruity
Bitter
Spicy

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