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Fruttato Intenso Extra Virgin Organic Olive Oil
Case price: $224.55 (12/case)
Delicate aroma of artichokes, tomato and elderberry... Puglia region, first/cold press, Coratina olives. ORGANIC olive oil. Magnificent!
The delicate aroma of artichokes, tomato, and elderberry transport the senses to a bountiful Puglia garden, while select Coratina olives harvested at the peak of maturity produce an exotic emerald topaz color.
This full-bodied cold press organic olive oil juxtaposes bitter and spicy, making it the ideal choice when preparing bruschetta, sauces, lentils and beans, boiled vegetables, and dips.
500 ml bottle, Imported from Italy's Puglia region
first press, cold press, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Polyphenol Level: 518.7 mg/kg
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February 24, 2010
by Pat Norton (Tuscaloosa, AL)
Really green. It overpowers in a vinaigrette, but is perfect as a light drizzle on a salad or in bruschettas. Haven't used it as a dip for bread, but imagine it will be my new favorite.
by TIMOTHY WARK (OCEAN CITY, NJ)
by Richard Wetzel (Akron, OH)
May 05, 2009
by john bird (Midlothian, TX)
6th star would work!