For many years, Laudemio olive oil has been a great reference all over the world. Learn more about this extra virgin olive oil and find out why it is so appreciated around the world.
Get to know a little about the history, the process and the big difference between this olive oil and others.
Highlights of Frescobaldi Laudemio
One of the factors that make olive oil to be considered good is its acidity, the lower it is, the better the quality of the products. Frescobaldi Laudemio oils have approximately 0.2%, a very low value compared to others.
This is because only after a rigorous final analysis, only the best olives are considered Laudemio, the rest are marketed as extra virgin. This ensures that when using Laudemio products you are enjoying the best products.
This made him win very important awards. In the year 2020 it won the Gold Award NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition.
This contest is held in New York and is the most important and disputed olive oil contest in the world. The first ones on this list serve as a reference for the best olive oils to buy during the year.
The aroma and taste are sophisticated. It has an aroma of freshly cut grass with a touch of artichoke and green olive. And when tasting, it is possible to feel a balance between soft bitterness, sparkling zest and a lasting fruitiness.
In its name, Laudemio makes this very clear. Its meaning comes from the time of feudal lords. The better part of the crops was offered only to the high-ranking royalty.
The large planting area, with approximately 741 hectares and different types of altitudes, ends up guaranteeing a great harvest with unique quality. Being that they are harvested exactly when they are ripening to approve all the freshness of the olive.
After harvesting, within 6 hours the milling is done. A quick and dedicated process to preserve all the nutrients that make a difference in taste and also in your health.
A filter with 20 papers is used, which totally changes the quality, as competitors even use paper filters or none at all. And then tested by a consortium of 20 producers to assess whether it is within the parameters or not.