Frantoi Cutrera Extra Virgin Olive Oil 101 fl oz (3lt)

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$68.00 101 fl oz (3lt)

Frantoi Cutrera Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 101 fl oz (3lt) Can

Frantoi Cutrera Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a top quality multicultivar Sicilian EVOO obtained using five different top quality varieties of olives,  Moresca, Biancolilla, Nocellara, Cerasuola and Tonda Iblea, all grown and harvested from young olive tree groves overlooking the Mediterranean sea, which is considered the best area in Sicily for the production of premium quality olive oil. The olives are harvested by hand at the beginning of November until the end of the of the season and are cold extracted to create an exceptional, medium-bodied, extra virgin olive oil. 

To the eye, Frantoi Cutrera presents an intense green color with golden reflections. The flavor is intense and rich, with notes of artichokes and oregano. The aroma is medium fruity, with predominant notes of artichokes, freshly mown grass, green almonds and ripe tomatoes. The result is a perfect bitter spicy balance which creates a fabulous harmony at the palate and will instantly transport you to Sicily. 

Frantoi Cutrera EVOO makes a superb complement to almost any dish, but is especially great for marinated fish, mushrooms, salads, soups, and grilled red meats. It is also ideal for cooking Mediterranean recipes. 

With more than 350 awards to their name, Frantoi Cutrera is the most awarded olive oil producer in Italy and was awarded the prize for best "Oil Mill Of The Year 2022" by the Gambero Rosso Guide. 

About Frantoi Cutrera

For several generations  the Cutrera family  has been dedicated to the cultivation of olive trees and the production of extra virgin olive oil, a profession carried out for decades with the passion and love that binds this family to its land. The origins of the company date back  more than a century ago. Documents show that in 1906 the Cutrera family was already dedicated to the cultivation and care of olive trees in Chiaramonte Gulfi, a small village in the south-eastern part of Sicily.

Giovanni Cutrera, the head of the family, founded the first oil mill in  1979, with the help of his wife Maria, after growing up working in an old mill with millstones in which mules and presses were still used.

Over the years, Giovanni's children - Maria the eldest, Giusy, the second, and finally Salvatore, the youngest - have joined their father in his company. In 1999, an important year for the future of Frantoi Cutrera, Giovanni, with the encouragement of the whole family, decided to open a second mill.

But that wasn't enough! The whole family and the local producers were aware of the quality of the oil produced in the Iblei Mountains, so they decided to find a way to market it beyond the local market. It was a gamble that current results show paid off.

Since 2000, Cutrera has been managed by Maria, Giusy and Salvatore with their spouses and for some years now the third generation has also begun to join the management of the family business.  Looking ahead to the future, never forgetting the past, a good mix of tradition and innovation, this is the mission that allowed the family to obtain the important results achieved.

Even if the management of the company is in the hands of their three children, Giovanni and Maria have left a precious legacy made up of  principles, values and knowledge that each of the members of the company puts into practice in every action that is carried out on a daily basis.

Frantoi Cutrera currently has two plants with three extraction lines, a warehouse for oil storage, a modern bottling plant, manages more than 50 hectares of olive groves in the Iblei Mountains and exports the precious olive oil to more than 30 countries in the world

Weight: 3Lt (101 fl oz)

Product of Italy

During the transportation process, cans may be dented upon arrival. We suggest transferring the oil to another bottle or container using a funnel.

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