San Marzano tomatoes taste like fresh tomatoes, incomparably fruity, fragrantly and incredibly. Today the kind threatened by the extinction growns thanks to the Slow Food branch on the fertile grounds of Vesuvius again.
Has a deep ruby red colour with a violet rim when young. The nose is clean, fruity with hints of raspberry and woodland fruits. As it ages, it opens up and mellows. On the palate it reveals balanced tannins, accompanied by a full, persistent body. It is dry, distinct, full-bodied and austere.
Olive oil recommended for: Vegetables (raw, cooked or roasted), grilled vegetables, potato dishes, sauces, soups, pasta and rice dishes, roasts, grilled meat, fish dishes, cheese and sausages, pizza and bruschetta. This olive oil can be used for cooking as well as raw.
Traditional short pastry biscuits in various shapes (heart-shaped, star-shaped,...).
The "Extra" quality was born a careful selection of olives that boast the maximum characteristics of the selected quality. Harvested on the Venetian hills once ripe, they are processed with the traditional cold extraction system. This oil of the fragrant taste and fruity scent, is of deep green colour with golden reflexes.