Evo oil 3 litres - 2023Renda farm
The extra-virgin olive oil (EVO) from the Maria Luisa Renda Farm, packaged in a 3-litre tin, offers a condiment rich in tradition, flavour, and wellbeing. The perfect balance between sweet, bitter, and spicy, combined with unique aromatics, makes this oil the ideal ingredient for a wide range of dishes, from raw vegetables to soups, to the most assertive fish dishes. Thanks to its properties, enriched with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, it also contributes to maintaining good health.
Harvest november/december 2023
5 in stock
Extra virgin olive oil 3 litres – Organic, PDO
Our EVO Oil is the result of the wise selection of Nocellara, Biancolilla, and Cerasuola olives, cultivated and harvested in the fertile soil of the Trapani Valleys. The oil, cold-pressed and unfiltered to preserve all its nutritional and organoleptic properties, is characterised by an acidity rate of less than 0.5%. It has obtained organic and PDO certifications, testifying to the quality of the product and respect for local traditions.
Visually, the oil is an intense green colour with golden reflections and a dense and velvety consistency. Its aroma recalls olives, hay, and cut herbs, a bouquet of scents that blend in the mouth with a perfect balance of sweet, bitter, and spicy. The persistent finish and richness of aromatic nuances make this oil a true treasure of Sicilian wine and food tradition.
The Maria Luisa Renda Agricultural Company is located in the heart of the D.O.P. “Trapani Valleys”, in the beautiful western Sicily. Here, in a land rich in history and millennial traditions in the production of high-quality oil, the Renda family has been producing a top-quality extra virgin olive oil since 2006.
The production is guided by strict organic farming standards, to protect the environment, biodiversity, and people’s wellbeing. With over 40 years of experience in the wine and food sector, the company perpetuates its passion and commitment to enhancing the local olive heritage, offering a product that is not just a condiment, but a true expression of the territory.