This is as fresh as it gets! “Novello”, Italian for new, is an olive oil bottled immediately after crushing the olives. This is a rare and sought after product for the true olive oil lover. Pre-order yours today!
You asked, we listened. We've added over 25 high quality vinegars to our wide selection of oils to give you more buying - and eating - choices.
An award-winning, specially-crafted blend of Organic Arbequina, Hojiblanca and Picual olives picked between the end of October and beginning of November. The oils are then stored in 2,000 liter deposits where they are analyzed, then selected in varying quantities, and finally blended by the Master Taster to create a superb olive oil with a limited production. The result is a leafy green and golden oil with a bouquet of freshly cut grass, tomato, green olive with hints of citrus and dried fruits. Its taste is well-balanced and medium to smooth in intensity with a pleasant, slightly spicy aftertaste.
Garden Salads, Raw Vegetables, Roasted/Grilled Veg, Grilled Fish, Red Meat, White Meat, Aged Cheese, Soups & Stews
2016 NYIOOC - Gold Medal
2015 Mario Solinas – 1st Finalist Intense Green Fruitiness
2015 World's Best Olive Oils Ranking - 1st Place Organic
2015 Sol D’Oro – Gran Menzione Organic Category
2015 Oil China – Golden Olive Organic Category
2015 Ovibeja – 2nd Overall, Intense Fruitiness
2015 Copenhagan – Best of Copenhagen
2015 Olive Japan – Gold Medal
2015 BiOL – 2nd Place Overall
2015 Zurich – Silver Medal
Oro del Desierto is a family-owned and operated business located in the Tabernas region of Southern Spain. In this unique rugged landscape with more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, fantastic extra virgin olive oils are being produced with great attention and care. The hand-harvested olives are cold-pressed using 100% renewable energy within eight hours of harvesting, resulting in a 100% ORGANIC Extra Virgin Olive Oil of the highest quality and flavor. Through the use of ÛÏcleanÛ energy, Oro del Desierto understands the olive grove as an ecosystem in which they intervene and take great care in the management of the soil, plants, rainwater and wild animals, essential for maintaining the ecological culture.