The aromatic palette so characteristic of olive oils from the Vallée des Baux-de-Provence ideally emanated from five varietals of olives: the sweet and delicate Grossane, the pungent Béruguette, the subtle and balanced Saloneque, the round and smooth Bouteillan, and the bitter, peppery Picholine. Vallée des Baux-de-Provence AOP extra virgin olive oil, comprising a careful blend of these varietals, is faultlessly balanced and of extremely high quality with deep, rich aromas. It is characterized by a fragrance of freshly cut grass with a hint of artichoke that intermingles with freshness and pungency on the palate.
Leafy Green Salads, Raw Vegetables, Boiled/Steamed Veg, Broiled Fish, White Meat, Soft Cheese, Sauces
Ch̢teau d'Estoublon is located on the southern slopes of the Alpilles, in the heart of Provence, where their orchards and vineyards have been classified A.O.P. Les Baux de Provence since 1995. With 212 acres of olive trees and 47 acres of vineyards, Ch̢teau d'Estoublon is rightly considered to be one of the most outstanding sites in the region. The Grossane, B̩ruguette, Saloneque, Bouteillan and Picholine olives are the five varieties produced by the Ch̢teau and are harvested by hand from early November to mid-December. All of their olives are extra virgin, cold extracted and pressed in their mill.