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Oro del Desierto Single Estate 500ml

SKU ODSIES0000T0500
Php2,200.00
In stock
1
Product Details

Producer: Oro del Desierto

Country / Region: Spain / Almeria, Desierto de Tabernas, Finca el vicario,

Date company was established: 1999

Olive Variety: Blend of Arbequina 40%, Picual 60%

Format: 500ml

Serving: Try it always in low temperature to keep its properties. Better for cold use as it’s a variety quite soft and fruity, and it doesn’t resist the high temperatures as well as other types. Perfect for dressing salads, goat cheese, pasta, marinades, cold soups like Spanish gazpacho and maybe just to use it raw on toasted bread.

Good to know: Dark green colour limpid, typical from the fresh harvested olive oils. Its Aroma is exceptionally intense, fresh notes of green grass, tomato, apple and almonds. Astringent flavor with bitter and spicy touches which will be less intense as the oil change and decants during the first weeks. Good balance between aroma and flavor, the 2 varieties combined for this blend master piece

This is without any doubt an extraordinary olive oil, obtained in the first days of harvest. In fact, this project conceptualizes two premises absolutely necessary in order to obtain an early harvest premium olive oil:

a) it must be obtained at the beginning of October when the olives are still quite green

b) approximately 10 kg of fresh harvested olives are necessary to obtain just 1 Litre of this premium quality... amazing!


Rafael Alonso Aguilera, coming from a family of traditional farmers, having dedicated himself to other things in his life, decides to start working in agriculture fully in 1995, and that's when he took over the family farm inherited from his ancestors. Almond trees, vines and olive trees have been located in this farm since time immemorial, opting to convert most of the land into an organic olive grove.
The choice of this cultivation philosophy is not by chance, but as a continuation of the work carried out by his ancestors, who always cultivated the land in a traditional way without using synthetic inputs.
The dream of this small company was to make their own extra virgin olive oil and market it under their own brand in order to obtain a high quality product and added value. Finally they decided to acquire an old oil mill that dated back to 1925, which was unique in Almería and had been abandoned since the 1970s.

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