In the Middle Age Laudemio was the best part of the harvest, the part reserved for the lord’s table. The Laudemio of the Gonnelli family, tuscany oil producer since 1585, is obtained in the old Frantoio di Santa Téa, inimitable expression of the fruit, the place and touch of the producer who gave it life.
13,50€ – 19,80€
Production area of the olives: according to the specifications of Consortium Laudemio.
Cultivar: italian native varieties.
Period of harvest: October – November.
Processing times: 10 hours after the picking.
Cleaning olives: removal of stems and leaves using patented machines and olives washing with purified water.
Processing: a continuous airtight cycle, under nitrogen. Extraction at a controlled temperature (cold extraction) in absence of oxygen.
Filtering: pure cellulose.
Storage: at a controlled temperature in stainless steel containers, in absence of oxygen, under nitrogen.
Bottling: automatic under nitrogen with bottle cleaning and automatic level control.
Security: non-refillable cap.
Fragrance: intense fruit of fresh olives.
Taste harmonic, elegant with a strong sensation of fresh olive and tomatoes notes.
Color emerald green.
Recommended on: excellent on risotto and pumpkin flan and artichokes.
0,25L Bottiglia, 0,50L Bottiglia
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