- EARLY HARVEST, FIRST COLD PRESSED, SINGLE ESTATE, MONOVARIETAL, SPANISH extra virgin olive oil. Produced and BOTTLED with olives exclusively grown on the family estate in Laguna de Fuente, Spain.
- Use for cooking, grilling, and in finishing dishes
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What we taste in each variety
Unblended, each bottle is a direct expression of the olive variety on the day it was harvested.
Balanced and Robust
Vidueña olives are actually quite common in this region of Spain, but tasting 100% Vidueña is a privilege. Most farmers sell their Vidueña olives to large processors who blend it with other varieties. Luckily, the family at La Laguna de Fuente de Piedra processes all their olives separately.
Sweet and Buttery
Gordalilla olives are unusual to find in olive oil. They are a meaty olive. Farmers usually ripen them and sell them to make table olives, because it's easier and more profitable. Instead of doing that, the López-Montero family harvests and processes them early in the season. The oil is milder than the other two varieties, but has a very unique, floral, fruity, and buttery flavor.
Intense and Spicy
Lechin is a more primitive variety of olive tree. If their is such thing as "old world" for olive oil, this would be it. It's intense and spicy. They are among the oldest trees on the farm.
Since olives are a fruit, fruity olive oil tastes like OLIVES!
The answer to when, what, where & how is right on the can. The mystery is over, now you can know your olive oil.
Andrés Senior with a Gordal Tree
EARLY HARVEST GREEN OLIVES
Early in the season the yields are low, but the oil is delicious. Only farmers committed to quality olive oil harvest early.
The oil is delicious because the producer is focused on squeezing the olives for flavor not pennies.
Olives traveling through cleaner before entering the mill
ONE FAMILY ON A SINGLE ESTATE
A vertically integrated producer. They have their own machines and their own trees. They only process olives grown on their farm.
Andrés junior with a harvesting buggy
Siblings, Andrés and Elena, in front of the mill
Andrés senior pruning trees in December
Andrés holding Gordalilla Olives
Old Lechin Variety Olive Tree
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