The Extra Virgin Olive Oil 100 % Tuscan Organic, is an oil of superior category. The olives
are harvested in a traditional way, by hand, in the months of October - November , exclusively
in the Tuscan territory, transported to the certified mill at the end of the day where two are milled
times over the next day , to avoid fermentation processes and ensure a product of
very high quality. The extraction process is continuous cycle, two-phase, temperature-controlled,
Never above 27 degrees. The olives are harvested from olive trees that come from crops that
exclude the use of chemical fertilizers, synthetic pesticides and Gmos, with a method of
production using techniques that respect the intrinsic fertility of the soil, the nature of the
plants and environmental balance.. In the mouth is complex and powerful, with ample plant tones
of Vegetables of field and artichoke in closing. Bitter marked and spicy decided and balanced.
This extra virgin olive oil for its high content of polyphenols, from the high power to counteract
cellular aging , and is essential for proper nutrition.
EXTRAVIRGIN OLIVE OIL
100% Bio Tuscan
CLASSIFYING: extra virgin olive oil 100% Tuscan organic.
PRODUCTION AREA: Suvereto, Tuscany (LI)
HARVESTING: by hand.
EXTRACTION: within 14-16 hours of harvesting the olives, by means of a two-stage extraction process, to controlled temperature , never higher than 27 degrees.
APPEARANCE AND COLOUR : clear, bright emerald green intense.
PERFUME: net of olive, the nose opens elegant and harmonious , characterized by rich tones of fresh cut herbs with balsamic notes and a clear reminder of mint and rosemary.
TASTE: intense fruity , fragrant with delicate notes of artichoke and field vegetables. Delicate too the final spicy and bitter trends.
DENSITY: medium – high fluidity.
PEROXIDES: (meq 02/Kg) : 4,4.
USE: raw for bruschetta, on pinzimonio, salads and legumes raw or cooked, soups, meat and grilled fish, roasted meat, meat sauce.
The history of Organic Farm Tenuta la Batistina has its origins in the early ‘900 in Suvereto, in the locality that will take the name of the family itself “Molino della Batistina”, when the Batistini Family started the business activity in the field of grain processing, olive groves, orchards and vineyards for personal and local use. In the year 2016, Margherita and later her sister Irene Batistini, entered at La Batistina to continue their journey and follow in the footsteps and passion for winemaking of their parents Elena and Daniele, born and raised in the heart of the Val di Cornia.