A rare single-varietal oil from a native Sicilian olive, the Nocellara del Belice. Producer Gianfranco Becchina revitalized and maintains 300-year-old olive groves, yielding this limited-batch, intensely vegetal nuovo. Green melon frutiness up front with a hazelnut-fatty finish makes this one of our favorites.
From a collection of 700-year-old Tuscan estates, Laudemio Frescobaldi produces one of the greenest and spiciest oils in our collection. A classic representation of first-harvest oils, Laudemio presents fresh-cut grass and artichoke up front; pleasantly bitter on the back with a dry floral finish.
An Umbrian Olio Nuovo from some of our favorite Italian Wine producers. Grassy, bright, and bold with a peppery finish, this oil is a traditional and simply made blend of Frantoio, Moraiolo, Leccino, and Agogia Dolce Olives. Bold, with an almondy fattiness in the mouthfeel. Perfect over greens and Parmigiano.
The high-altitude groves of the Tenuta di Capezzana estate produce this stunning nuovo oil. A blend of four traditional varieties - Moraiolo, Frantoio, Pendolino, and Leccino - yields this surprisingly fruity and beautifully round oil with a gentle, herbaceous finish.