The region of Apulia is another big Italian olive oil producer, it is often referred as the Italian mill and this organic extra virgin olive oil is obtained from local manually harvested Apulian olives from old olive trees located in the Gargano natural park, an untouched, wild area in the north of Apulia and immediately cold pressed in a state of the art mill.
This organic extra virgin olive oil has a very low acidity, it is rich in polyphenols, with a very delicate, almost sweet, taste suited for everyone and every palate.
This organic extra virgin olive oil, to be used raw and as a final touch, is perfect for light, delicate dishes and complement delicate flavours or just enjoyed on a bruschetta
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Italian extra virgin olive oil is famous all over the world and each region produces an olive oil with different characteristics and Apulia is one of the biggest producing region, famous for its very old olive trees and fantastic extra virgin olive oil. The Clemente family has been producing extra virgin olive oil in Apulia since the 17th century, when Bernardino Clemente started as olive oil merchant selling Apulian extra virgin olive oil all over Italy.
Fast forward 3 centuries, several generations and the Clemente family is still at the helm, the mill and olive orchards are now managed by the 2 brothers and 2 sisters, still following Bernardino ideals and philosophy. Clemente not only has some of the best located olive tree orchards in the whole region of Apulia with many located in the Gargano Natural Park where they are organically cultivated, but they also have a state of the art mill to ensure that once the olives are harvested, they are immediately pressed to guarantee the quality of their olive oils.
Their extra virgin olive oil include organic, DOP and 100% Italian. For more information about Italian extra virgin olive oil check our guide