CULTIVAR: Cerasuola – Nocellara del Belice – Biancolilla – Coratina
PRODUCTION AREA: Trapani – Via Piro, 68 – Frazione Locogrande
ALTITUDE: 15 meters above sea level
TOTAL SURFACE: 19 ha.
NUMBERS OF OLIVE PLANTS: 6000 (Type of farming: umbrella on irrigated land)
HARVEST TIME: month of October
HARVESTING METHOD: by hand and differentiated by single variety
AVERAGE PRODUCTION: 4000 litres of Titone organic olive oil
OLIVE OIL MILL: the olives, within 6 hours of the harvest, are processed in the company’s oil mill with continuous cycle (2 and a half phases), equipped with a toothed disk crusher and nitrogen plants to work in the absence of oxygen
CERTIFICATIONS: all phases of the organic production are controlled and certified in compliance with the CE Reg. 834/2007 and the CE Reg. 889/2008. The company follows the USDA – NOP standards applied in the USA; CCPB from Bologna is the Italian certification body for the organic farming. The company complies with the UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008, standards that protect the quality and the environment; CSQA is the certification body. Membership in “Duales System Deutschand”
COLOUR: green with golden yellow hints
OLFACTORY: oil with an intense fruity nose, it is fresh with green notes of artichoke leaves, sage, nettle and white pepper
TASTE: very elegant and lively, with bitter and spicy, in singular harmony
- Guida agli Extravergini Slow Food 2014: “Grandi Oli” special award
- Guida agli Extravergini Slow Food 2015: “Olio Slow” special award
- Guida agli Extravergini Gambero Rosso 2014: TRE FOGLIE
- Guida agli Extravergini Gambero Rosso 2016: TRE FOGLIE -The best organic olive oil in 2016
- 17th National Competition of organic extra virgin olive oils ORCIOLO D’ORO: 1st ranked in the category medium fruity
- BIOL SICILIA 2016
- Cronache di Gusto: BEST IN SICILY 2017-The best olive oil producer
Sautéed chard, cardoon pie, pasta timbale with red mullet and wild fennel, ravioli with herbs, stewed stone bass, chickpea hummus.
Dark glass bottles from 750 - 500 - 250 - 100 ml. Company bottling.