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Transforming Olives into Olive Oil
Transforming olives into oil… in so few words this may seem simple… But for generations, the Mazzone Family has made it their primary mission to transform the highest quality, single varietal Coratina olives into an exceptional oil guaranteeing authentic aromas, flavors and nutritional content.
Through the years, the Mazzone Family, while keeping an eye on modern technology, has maintained centuries old traditions to perpetuate this noble way of producing olive oil. The Mazzone family is known for working with small local cultivators with complete transparency, honesty and integrity. They have garnered an highly esteemed reputation in their local community.
Working their olives exclusively with traditional granite mill stones and employing cold extraction, all of the sensory characteristics of the Coratina olive are conserved. With an acidity of less than 0.3%, the oil has an intensely fruity aroma and persistent flavor reminiscent of freshly crushed olives. The finish is decisive and vivacious, while harmonious on the palate. These characteristics make it a versatile extra virgin olive oil for everyday use.
Discover Puglia, Italy with Mazzone Olive Olive!
Visit Puglia with Mazzone this November for the Olive Harvest! This will be our 3rd year, and we are filling up fast! For more info contact us!
EDIBLE TRAVELS: FARMERS MARKET FINDS SUMMER 2014
Kate Wight, Edible Sarasota
MAZZONE OLIVE OIL
If you think all olive oils were created equal, think again. When you visit Mazzone Olive Oil at the Downtown Farmers’ Market for a sample you’ll taste the difference. For generations, the Mazzone family in Puglia, Italy, has gently harvested and cold-pressed Coratina olives to create an oil that’s smooth, flavorful, and distinctively low in acidity. Their infused oils are a revelation: fresh fruit or herbs are combined with olives during pressing to create a true fusion of flavors. Give Mazzone Olive Oil a try and you’ll never think the same way about olive oil again.