LOCATION Melissi seaside village, Corinthia, Greece
SINGLE VARIETY Patrinia
EARLY HARVEST 10th – 30th of November
EXTRACTION Cold-pressed under 27 °C, unfiltered
PRODUCT OF ORGANIC FARMING Certified by the Biohellas Institute, According to EU Regulation 834/2007, Greece Agriculture, GR-BIO-04, E-261547
CHARACTERISTICS Well-balanced, delicate and sweet aroma, light fruitiness, banana and herbal notes
USE Complimentary use in every dish, better suited to mild foods, fish, salads and gourmet sweet
PACKAGING Ceramic pot: 200 ml (6.8 fl. oz.) / 600 ml (20.3 fl. oz.) Tin can: 500 ml (16.9 fl. oz.)
The multi-award winning LADOLEA olive oils are 100% single varietal and each oil is produced from a different variety of olives grown exclusively in the northern region of the Peloponnesian peninsula.
The journey of the LADOLEA oils begins at the end of October, which is the ideal harvest period. Depending on the desired result in taste, olives can be harvested at any point during the ripening season. We prefer the early harvest, when the olives are still unripe and green. Though the production is less at this stage, the olives impart a more fruity and pungent note to the olive juice and have higher levels of polyphenols and antioxidants.
The olives are harvested with great care and stored in crates to ensure their perfect condition before being pressed strictly within 24 hours in order to preserve and maintain all beneficial elements.
The olives are cold-pressed in a technologically sophisticated mill in temperatures under 27°C, resulting in an olive juice with exceptional aromas and taste.
Prior to bottling the olive oil is stored in stainless steel tanks for a short time to allow for natural sedimentation under ideal conditions. Thus, the unfiltered extra virgin olive oil LADOLEA is finally ready to be enjoyed.
Committed to excellence in all aspects, each LADOLEA is bottled individually by our devoted personnel and the packing processes are certified to ISO 22000 (HACCP).
Silver Award in London International Olive Oil Competition 2016