Oil "Regaleali" Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva, 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase "Regaleali" Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva, 0.5 L
Olive oil is rich yellow color with a greenish tint.
The taste of butter rounded, intense, bright, soft texture and elegant touch of pepper.
Intense fragrance oil blends tones of ripe tomato, rosemary, and hints of white truffle, artichoke and light nuances of spices.
Olive oil goes well with a variety of salads, suitable for vegetable dishes, seafood and other products.
Olive oil "Regaleali" has an intense, bright bouquet due to the fact that his production uses 10 varieties of olives: Byankolilla, Dzharraffa, Nochellara, Rizza, Oliara, Frantoio, Pirikuddara, Lechchino, Koratina and Morayolo. All of them are grown on the farm Tasca d'Almerita, which owns more than 4,000 olive trees. The largest share in the olive groves Tasca d'Almerita up eight-trees and varieties Byankolilla Nochellara. 1500 also has old trees such varieties as Oliara, Dzharraffa, Rizzo, and Pirikuddara Byankolilla and young experimental plantations with varieties Frantoio, Lechchino, Morayolo and Koratina.
Olive oil "Regaleali" is made from the best ripe fruit, which is removed from the trees by hand. After cold-pressed oil is placed in a large tank where naturally there is a separation of sediment. In March, the oil is bottled without filtering, thus preserving the rich hues of the bouquet, and most importantly - all the beneficial properties of olive oil.
Regaleali large estate, located high in the hills of central Sicily, in the possession of a noble family Tasca d'Almerita 1830. Since then, the land contained in the best tradition of agricultural aristocracy, with an emphasis on quality and great interest in the experiments. Today Tasca d'Almerita belong not only delightful vineyards, which grows at least 40 varieties of grapes, but also the magnificent olive groves. Many varieties of grape and olive trees were originally planted solely for the purpose of the experiment, but the steel by the present revival of the rich traditions of Sicilian agriculture.