Monocultivar Taggiasca Extravergine Olive Oil
The Monocultivar Taggiasca comes from the first cold pressing, performed only with stone millstones, of a strict selection of olives.
It owns a delicate aroma, an intense yellow color and the sweet taste with an almond accent. It is perfect with all dishes.
This 100% Italian monocultivar extravirgin olive oil from taggiasca olive is the result the Sommariva Company gets from its daily work. From the careful selection of the olives harvested at the right ripening stage, to the monitoring of the milling times. All this thanks to the aid of the most modern cold oil extraction technologies.
On the palate the product is delicate and characterized by a light fruity taste, a pleasantly refined taste with aromas and scents of olive at the right stage of ripeness. Almost imperceptible bitterness and a slight spicy sensation at the end. The finish in the mouth is pine nut and sweet almond.
Monocultivar Taggiasca 100% Italian extravirgin olive oil, obtained from the milling of only Taggiasca olives. This extra virgin olive oil has almost unmistakable organoleptic characteristics that make it especially suitable to accompany all delicate dishes, especially those of fish.
It is an oil suitable both for use in cold cooking and cooking. We suggest it for all fish-based dishes, and for all those dishes that require delicate and refined ingredients.
Organoleptic profile: Monocultivar Taggiasca Olive Oil
For a first taste this extravirgin olive oil is soft and fruity. We perceive clean and clear flavors typical of ripe olives. The hints are more unripe and have hints of artichoke when the olives are picked at the beginning of their ripening.
To obtain the best quality of Taggiasca olive oil it is necessary that the harvest takes place early. The period indicated is when the olive is still little or not at all darkened (matured).
Although very delicate, Taggiasca oil has a large body due to its high content of oleic acid. In the mouth it leaves the typical sweet taste of monocultivars, in closing the bitter is very pleasant.