extra virgin olive oil
The result of ancient traditions and of a humble but tasty cuisine, desserts made with extra virgin olive oil have always been part of the Italian table. Here's a few.
An estate that covers approximately 350 hectares, of which 232 are vineyards, 80 planted in olive groves and the remaining are forests. Here is the story of Librandi.
The Sustainability Plan made by Monini for its 100th anniversary includes the planting of one million olive trees in 10 years with organic, controlled and tracked cultivation. Here's how.
In the province of Pesaro and Urbino, two great olive farms win awards in the Oli d'Italia 2019 guide: Il Conventino di Monteciccardo and Massimo Mosconi.
Eastern or Western-produces, it does not matter: Sicilian olive oil lends unique emotions to the lovers of reen gold. These are the best producers according to Gambero Rosso's Oli d'Italia guide.
With its landscapes dotted with olive groves, Umbria is confirmed as a region capable of giving us excellent olive oils. Here are the best producers according to the Oli d'Italia guide.
Florence and the Chianti hills, Siena and its picturesque countryside and unmistakable colours, Grosseto and the wonders of the Maremma region: to each landscape, its own olive culture. Tuscany and olive oil.
433 farms and 712 olive oils: the figures of 2019 Oli d'Italia guide, at its ninth edition and that presents a bilingual version for the first time. All the news and winners.
The first sunny days bring to mind childhood flavors, refreshing dishes enjoyed during the hottest hours of the day. Like panzanella and all its variants, these are recipes based on stale bread and tomato, particular to the Italian table.
Like every year, spring brings with it the publication of the Gambero Rosso guide Oli d'Italia, a manual dedicated to the best extra-virgin olive oils of the Peninsula. Here are the special prizes awarded since the last edition.