Registration Opens for 2020 NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition
Registration has opened for the 2020 edition of the NYIOOOC World Olive Oil Competition, the world’s largest and most prestigious olive oil quality contest.
Pruneti: Quality Craftsmen in the Heart of Chianti
In a rural stretch of Tuscany, dominated by vineyards and olive trees, Gionni and Paolo Pruneti combine centuries of agricultural know-how with the latest milling technology to produce extra virgin olive oils on the land of their ancestors.
Fairs and Competitions
Winning in New York Opens Doors, Encourages Innovation Say Producers
Sardinian olive oil has long been a staple of Italian cuisine and culinary prowess. The combination of international awards and oleoturism is putting the Mediterranean island in the spotlight.
The Give and Take of French Cultivars
Local olive varieties in France are known for their sensory qualities, if not for their yields.
Making ‘Magic’ at Domaine de La Vallongue
Near Saint Rémy-de-Provence, Domaine de La Vallongue grows five varieties typical in the Vallée des Baux to craft its award-winning blend.
Finding Balance Among the Olives
Life is slower on the farm for fashion entrepreneur Joaquim Moreira, who produces the award-winning olive oil brand Acushla. "Fashion is an engaging sector. But now, I feel more passionate about olive oil."