Aromas of green fruit, green grass, almond and notes of pepper. Taste exhibits abundant fruitiness, green grass, some sweetness, bitterness, medium pungency and notes of almond, with exceptional harmony, a high complexity and a high persistence.
Split Rock Springs Ranch estate grown and bottled extra virgin olive oil is a blend of Italian varietals and one Spanish varietal. (30% Frantoio, 20% Pendolino, 20% Leccino, 10% Moraiolo, 10% Taggiasca, 5% Maurino and 5% Arbequina).
Estate grown in Capay Valley California. Certified organic. Unfiltered and milled from Picual olives hand-harvested in November 2014. A robust oil. Winner of 6 gold medals in California competitions since first harvested in 2011.
Sierra, harvested from century-old trees in the Sierra foothills, is rich and robust. Based on California’s classic Mission variety, with Tuscan varieties, Frantoio and Lecchino. It’s an elegantly assertive oil with a hint of greenness. Medium intensity.
Trattore Farms is nestled in the heart of Dry Creek Valley and is home to the Dry Creek Olive Company in Sonoma County, CA. Olive orchards with trees from three to 150 years old, and over 20 varietals ranging from the mild Arbequina, to the peppery Frantoio and spicy California native Mission can be found on our rolling hills. The varieties of olives harvested give us the ability to “field blend” and produce oil with a unique, bold flavors with olives. Experience our reserve oil to see how distinctive extra virgin olive oil can be!
Mistral, grown in our rugged Sierra foothills, is named after the famed Provencal wind. Based on the French variety, Picholine, with Columella and Ascolano. it is at once delicate and rich. Mild intensity.