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Olio extra vergine di Oliva | Olive Oil



Olive oil is a vegetable oil obtained from the fruit of the olive tree and one of the most sought-after and widely used vegetable fats in the world. At the same time, extra virgin olive oil is a pure natural product, whose organoleptic properties it gets from numerous substances contained in it, including polyphenols. These give the Öl the typical, discreetly piquant note - which, depending on the olive variety, harvesting method and processing, leads to a slight tickle in the throat. If an olive oil therefore does not have the characteristic tickle in the throat, one can assume that the olive oil used is of a significantly reduced quality.

In Europe, olive oil is divided into different quality classes, of which the highest and at the same time best known quality label is the extra virgin olive oil. In theory, the grade limits the production methods and sets an upper limit for acidity and sensory defects. Genuine extra virgin olive oil always comes from first cold pressing, has no sensory defects and has a maximum acidity of less than 0.8%. - Gerardo



Basilikum Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022, Frantoio Galantino, Apulien

Basilikum Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022


Frantoio Galantino, Puglia

The basil oil is a natural product obtained by pressing ripe olives and basil, without any flavoring. It is particularly suitable for seasoning mayonnaise and other sauces, as well as for refining risottos and pizzas. - Gerardo

Best before: 31/12/2024 (216 days left)

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 € 9,95 39,80 €/L
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Limonen Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023, Frantoio Galantino, Apulien

Limonen Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023


Frantoio Galantino, Puglia

The lime oil is a natural product obtained by pressing ripe olives and mint leaves, without any flavoring. It is particularly suitable for seasoning fish and pasta sauces, as well as for refining carpaccio and appetizer plates of any kind. - Gerardo

Best before: 31/10/2025

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 € 9,95 39,80 €/L
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Orangen Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022, Frantoio Galantino, Apulien

Orangen Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022


Frantoio Galantino, Puglia

The orange oil is a natural product obtained by pressing ripe olives and mint leaves, without any flavoring. It is particularly suitable for seasoning fish and pasta sauces and for refining carpaccio and bresaola. - Gerardo

Best before: 31/12/2024 (216 days left)

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 € 9,95 39,80 €/L
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Peperoncino Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022, Frantoio Galantino, Apulien
Peperoncino Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022

Frantoio Galantino, Puglia

The peperoncino oil is a natural product obtained by pressing ripe olives and fresh peperoncino, without any flavoring. It is particularly suitable for seasoning legumes, soups and spicy dishes. - Gerardo

Best before: 31/12/2024 (216 days left)

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 € 9,95 39,80 €/L
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´Olio all' aglio´ · Knoblauch Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023, Villa Reale, Sizilien
Olio all' aglio · Knoblauch Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023

Villa Reale, Sicily

This mild, Sicilian olive oil has been blended with the extract of garlic, making it perfect for the classic, Italian spaghettata. Refine with this garlic oil spaghetti aglio olio and many other pasta dishes. - Gerardo

Best before: 16/02/2025

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 € 9,95 39,80 €/L
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Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023, Librandi, Kalabrien
Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023

Librandi, Calabria

Fine fruity olive oil of light green color with yellowish tinge. The aroma is balanced and delicate, the taste is light and fruity, with a subtle bitter almond tone. - Gerardo [TS06/24]

Best before: 05/2025

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 € 13,95 27,90 €/L
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Olivenöl Extra Vergine Sicilia Tradizionale IGP 2023, Planeta, Sizilien
Olivenöl Extra Vergine Sicilia Tradizionale IGP 2023 (Bio)

Planeta, Sicily

This Sicilian olive oil is obtained from the local olive varieties Nocellara, Biancolilla and Cerasuola: Typical are the slightly grassy and herbaceous notes, which are underlined by hints of artichoke. On the palate it has a nice freshness, wonderfully mild and accompanied by a fine sweetness. - Gerardo [TS08/24]

Certified organic product.
Best before: 01/2026

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 € 14,95 29,90 €/L
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´FruttOro´ · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022, Frantoio Bianco, Ligurien
FruttOro · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022

Frantoio Bianco, Liguria

This high quality olive oil comes from Liguria, more precisely from the Impero Valley, which stretches from Imperia to the Piedmontese mountains. It is the classic olive growing area of Italy. Favorable climate, the best varieties of olive trees, low environmental impact and centuries of experience of farmers and oil millers still ensure the production of a delicate and mild olive oil, appreciated in fine cuisine. - Gerardo

Best before: 15/08/2024 (78 days left)

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 € 15,95 € 14,36 31,90 €/L
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´Milleanni´ · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023, Donnafugata, Sizilien
Milleanni · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023

Donnafugata, Sicily

This Sicilian olive oil has a fascinating bouquet with fruity notes of artichoke and green tomatoes. The taste is soft, persistent and harmonious, with a slight bitterness and spiciness. - Gerardo [TS06/24]

Best before: 14/12/2025

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 € 17,95 35,90 €/L
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´Affiorato´ · Galantino Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022, Frantoio Galantino, Apulien
Affiorato · Galantino Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022

Frantoio Galantino, Puglia

This particularly precious olive oil is obtained by a special method; even before the first pressing, a small amount of oil of 2-3% is formed on the surface of the ground olives, which is skimmed off by hand (scoop oil). Since this oil has not been subjected to any pressure, it has a rich and yet very mild body, it captivates with perfect harmony between fragrance and taste. - Gerardo

Best before: 12/2024 (216 days left)

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 € 17,95 35,90 €/L
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´Svevo´ · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023, Frantoio Oleario San Domenico, Apulien
Svevo · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023

Frantoio Oleario San Domenico, Puglia

An outstanding product in our range is the popular olive oil from the Frantoio San Domenico oil mill, produced by Mancino. Produced with meticulous care and in limited quantities, Svevo is characterized by its wonderfully fresh, fruity note as well as a moderate bitterness and subtle spiciness. Svevo extra virgin is suitable for all culinary applications, whether in hot or cold dishes. It lends dishes an incomparable nuance of flavor and underlines the sophistication of every dish. - Gerardo

Best before: 01/2026

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 € 17,95 23,93 €/L
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´Albereto´ · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022, Badia a Coltibuono, Toskana
Albereto · Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2022 (Bio)

Badia a Coltibuono, Tuscany

Olive oil of intense emerald green color and pronounced aromatic fragrance reminiscent of herbs such as tarragon and sage. On the palate it is powerful and strong, with a characteristic aftertaste. This naturally limited olive oil is produced at Podere Albereto - one of the oldest Coltibuono estates. - Gerardo [TS01/23]

Certified organic product.
Best before: 31/07/2024 (63 days left)
The strike price shows the lowest price of the last 30 days.

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 € 21,95 € 19,99 43,90 €/L
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Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023, Cantina Sant'Andrea, Latium
Olivenöl Extra Vergine 2023

Cantina Sant'Andrea, Lazio

Fine fruity and mild extra virgin olive oil from Cantina Sant Andrea in Lazio. Characterized by freshness and fruitiness with a subtle spicy note. The harvest of the ancient and rocky olive groves is done by hand. - Gerardo [TS06/24]

Best before: 06/2025

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 € 24,95 33,27 €/L
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Olio extra vergine di Oliva | Olive Oil | Buy at Gerardo

Legends are woven around olive oil. People whisper to each other about acidity and percentages, and declare that olives from a certain region are better than others. The buyer is little helped, because he knows too little about olive oil. He stands in front of green and yellow bottles, knows that he wants a cold and gently pressed 'Extra Vergine' from Italy, where most and best Öle are made; but what is really in it, he can not know. Whether the olive oil comes now actually from Italy or was bottled only there, that is with pleasure concealed to the buyer. Because filling cheap olive oils from the Mediterranean area brings even with low prices satte profits.

Also in Germany olive oil in the last years increasingly at terrain won. The lion's share is now marketed by German discounters. Stiftung Warentest has changed entire markets, as cheapest olive oils were repeatedly crowned test winners (?). Discount olive oil was sold so far with Italian address indication, which was mostly wrong, because the Öl came in reality often from Andalusia, North Africa or Turkey as tests confirm. Such deceptions can also be purchased in Italian supermarkets, you can recognize these olive oils by the cheap price. Genuine Italian olive oil extra Vergine has however its price and is usually of high value.

On the one hand lies this usually thick, a color between yellow and green lying nature gift in the culinary trend of our time. Olive oil is the first choice, when it comes to marinating salads, steaming fish, enriching vegetables, giving the necessary smoothness to spaghetti or making a delicacy out of a piece of white bread by drizzling it with olive oil. Mixed with white wine and a few squeezes of lemon, it is ideal for steaming fish in foil. It is indispensable for any kind of carpaccio as well as for tomato sauce, green leaf salads, meat ragouts, vegetable salads and the so popular tomato-mozzarella alliance. It is drizzled raw on soups and on cold roasts, it is poured over grilled meats and it is used to make the simple yet delicious bruschetta. There are fans who take olive oil with everything except hot chocolate - Gerardo