OLIO NUOVO - The Freshest Extra Virgin Olive Oil On The Planet!
The FRESHEST, HEALTHIEST & TASTIEST EVOO!
New Harvest 2020 OLIO NUOVO
Only a few bottles left at the discounted price!
Hello all you Extra Virgins, its Dewey, your Olive Oil Tycoon! Olio Nuovo season is here in California. This is your chance to experience the freshest evoo possible, milled within hours of coming off the trees, and shipped to you in just days of us bottling it. These are our first bottles of the year!
Harvest Date - November 2020
Polyphenol Count - 233
Olive - Special Family Blend - OLIO NUOVO - "NEW OIL" in Italian
Flavor & Aroma - It is cloudy and golden in color, with strong fruit flavors, like ripe pear, peaches and guava. It finishes with a complex herbaceousness, and a peppery kick from the extremely high polyphenols. Truly like no other olive oil you'll ever taste, it's the freshest EVOO you'll find!
California Grown - Hand harvested in CA's most recent harvest 2020
**Olio Nuovo is like fresh fruit & vegetables, and should be consumed right away to enjoy the fresh flavors and health benefits of its high polyphenols. We recommend it be consumed within 4 months of harvest, however we have recently bottled this evoo, and it will be good through the next 6 months.
This EVOO is a seasonal SPECIALTY
Available for only a couple of months each year
Meant to be consumed quickly
OLIO NUOVO means "New Oil" in Italian, and is a celebration of the beginning of harvest season for olive oil. This oil is literally harvested, pressed, bottled and shipped to you in just a few days, making it the freshest and healthiest EVOO you can possibly get! Some call it Olio Nuevo (Spanish) and others Olio Novello (French). Either way, it’s the BEST!
WHY OLIO NUOVO?
That's easy, two reasons - the health benefits and fresh flavor! When olive oil is first made, it's at its absolute best, full of polyphenols (antioxidants) and fresh fruity flavor.
COOC - Olio Nuovo - Certification Program:
The 2020 Certification program specifically for Olio Nuovo was canceled for 2020, and will hopefully start again for the 2021 harvest.