Biancolilla Centinara Olive Oil

Master botanist Pasquale Marino discovered a small grove of nearly-extinct  Biancolilla Centinara olives on the Bona Fortuna farm in Sicily, and set about reviving them. The result is an oil with a delicate nose of wild herbs and a robust green body, reminiscent of tomato leaf and grilled artichoke. Perfectly suited to finish richer dishes — think mushroom pasta or polenta and braised short rib — or mixed with a bit of pepperoncini honey for dipping.