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Seville, Andalusia

Oleoestepa is known as one of the great producers of olive oil. It’s an incredible organization comprised of 4,300 member farmers and 16 olive mills established in 1986. Typically large cooperatives produce a “sea” of low-grade, windfall olive oil that finds its way into the commercial industry, but Oleoestepa’s mission is different, they strive for greatness and reward the growers for quality. The commitment from the farmers is inspiring and the quality controls implemented from the olive trees, through harvest and milling are strict. The top two olive oils Estepa Virgen and Egregio are delicious blends of Hojiblanca, Manzanilla, Picual and Arbequina. See more

They are located in Andalusia between the cities of Seville and Cordoba where the famous dry Mediterranean climate and poor soils are ideal for the cultivation of olive trees. But it’s the altitude and cool winds from the Sierra del Becerrero that keeps the trees in great health with a fresh and breezy terroir. A tremendous amount of coordination and communication is essential at Oleoestepa as the olives are milled within hours of harvest. This keeps freshness high and free acidity very low. The mills are state of the art and the oil is stored in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks.

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Extra Virgin Olive Oils
Oleoestepa Egregio 2017
500ml - $21.93
Medium Fruit
Polyphenol Count: 500 ppm
Free Acidity: .1%
Harvest and Crush Date: November 1st, 2017

A blend of Hojiblanca, Arbequina, Picual and Manzanilla produced from USDA and EU certified organic groves. A complex olive oil with a gold yellow color and green edges. Ripe fruit flavors are mixed with aromas and flavors of grass, green olive and artichoke. See more

Pepper and spice are present but not strong. Wonderful on fresh tomatoes, bean soups, cold soups and rice dishes.

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Oleoestepa Egregio 2017 (500 ml) $21.93
Minimum order: three bottles, any combination.
Larger purchases please order in multiple of 3.
Free shipping in Continental US.