This 2022 has given us not only our special wines, but also some exceptional extra virgin olive oils that you can find on sale on our shop.
In particular, this year have been produced:
The fruity intensity of the oil is light and, mainly, the fruity green, main hints of fresh almond, grass, apple and spicy notes of cinnamon are detectable to the taste and smell.
The degree of ripeness of the olives at harvest is medium, therefore while bitter and spicy are perceptible they also remain delicate.
For a slightly stronger taste, it is possible to taste an average intensity of the fruity oil produced by the San Michele olive grove.
The degree of ripeness of the olives at harvest is medium-low and you can taste and smell fruity green, hints of fresh almond, tomato, apple and citrus notes.
Bitter and spicy are perceived, but their intensity is not high, indeed, the taste is enveloping and balanced.
For a more intense and superb taste, the extra virgin olive oil of the Valle Alta olive grove is exactly what you are looking for.
The smell and taste of fruity green, grass, chicory, fresh almond, tomato leaf, apple and delicate citrus notes, make the bitter and spicy decisive, elegant and enveloping.
This is why you should buy Tenute Ugolini extra virgin olive oil
All the oils produced by Tenute Ugolini are all extra virgin olive oils of superior quality, the process of the olives is in fact carried out by a modern continuous cycle mill and, above all, within a few hours of harvesting.
If you are wondering why attention is also given to olive products in addition to those of the vines, we are going to explain it immediately. You should know that often in the properties of wineries, the vine and the olive live together but farmers often pay more attention to the production of wine than to that of oil, when instead they might combine great wines with great oils.
This is precisely the virtuous path followed by us, Tenute Ugolini: we wanted to produce everything that the earth provides according to the principles of high quality, and this stands both for grapes and olives.