BONDOLIO EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
DETAILS: This year our farm and our mill achieved the status of Certified Organic. We are so very proud of this achievement.
Our annual Sundays in December is on 13th stop by the farm to taste this year’s harvest of Bondolio Olio Nuovo
open house, mill tour, pizza.
We are proud to once again receive the prestigious Good Food award recognizing us as artisans of EVOO. Receiving this honor Bondolio has been recognized as a social and environmentally responsible farm that uses exceptional craftsmanship to ultimately bring to the consumer a unique flavor.
This year’s oil was harvested on November 1, 2020, and is true to our passion of providing a unique extra virgin olive oil experience for your palate.
Pouring Bondolio provides a visual of golden green EVOO. On its way up to your mouth you will sense a nose of fruit and fresh cut green grass. Traveling across your palate you will taste Bondolio’s complex structure with hints of artichoke and tomato. At the end of the journey in your mouth you will enjoy the traditional Bondolio delayed release of a wonderful phenolic peppery taste. Bondolio, an exquisite extra virgin olive oil.
Creating Bondolio EVOO has always been about our passion for bringing our favorite old world flavors of Sicily to California. Yes they are old world flavors. You see, when the Greeks colonized Sicily around 800 BC, the island quickly became the ancient Greek analogue of the San Francisco Bay area. All things to do with architecture, agriculture and fine cuisine were concentrated on Sicily. Aboard some of the first ships passing from the Greek islands to the island of Sicily were Grecian arborists tending to a precious cargo, olive trees indigenous to Persia. These olive trees were highly prized by the Greek epicurean. The progeny of these trees are found in the orchard at Bondolio and are responsible for the flavors we offer you.
BONDOLIO EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL IS CERTIFIED BY THE COOC AS Extra-Virgin
Varietals: Biancollila, Cerasuola, and Nocellera
Stock: Available now
Harvest Date: November 2020
Max time from tree to mill: 90 minutes
Size: 250ml Bottle