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Organic extra virgin olive oil Frantoio Deortegas
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FRANTOIO Extra Virgin Olive Oil

The Deortegas Family, Murcia, Spain.
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Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil FRANTOIO. Early harvest olive oil, cold-pressed within a few hours after harvesting and obtained solely by mechanical means. 

  • Olive variety: Frantoio. 
  • Producer: The Deortegas Family. 
  • Region of origin: Murcia, Spain. 
  • Harvest period: Middle of October.
  • Harvest method: Mechanical and by hand.
  • Extraction temperature: Cold olive oil extraction 25ºC.
  • Chemical analysis: Acidity 0,1% - 0,2%.
  • Cultivation method: Organic. 
  • Volume: 500 ml. 
  • Shipping weight, inc. packaging: 1,197 kg.  

Frantoio is an Italian olive variety and its homeland is Tuscany. However, it has long ceased to be only Italian olive oil and is produced all over the world. 

Organic olive oil Frantoio appeared in the product range of the Deortegas family in 2020. In 2021, Frantoio won an award at the prestigious International competition Japan Olive Oil Prize (JOOP) in Tokyo. 

Tasting this olive oil we find intense fruity and floral aroma with shades of cut grass and olive leaf. This combination is very characteristic of Frantoio. 

We can also smell some banana and apple aromas. A mild velvety taste comes in the beginning, then the palate fills with a light bitterness. Frantoio sees us off with a distinctive spicy and peppery finish and a long, fruity aftertaste with hints of tropical citrus. 

Organic extra virgin olive oil Deortegas Frantoio is a perfect dressing for seafood dishes, poultry, stew, and vegetables. Also, it's a good idea to try Frantoio with burrata or gorgonzola cheese. After all, it still sounds like Italian olive oil.