olive oil go with Badia a Colitbuono Campo Corto 100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil for an oil with a bold character and intense herbal nose with whiffs of artichokes and aromatic herbs. The robust flavor, both vibrant and intense, has spicy notes in the finish, making it a particularly delightful olive oil.With so many choices to pick from, shoppers usually just go with items that they know. But this is a mistake and their cooking suffers from it. When looking for
This particular new selection is the outcome of many years of research into the varieties of olive which have been traditionally grown in the Chianti region of Tuscany for the production of extra virgin oil. Badia a Colitbuono Campo Corto 100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made exclusively from the ‘Frantoio’ olive, the most traditional variety grown in the area. The olive trees are encircled and protected by the ancient Coltibuono woodlands in a completely uncontaminated environment, and free from the use of any pesticides. Only organic fertilizers are used.
The olives are picked only one month out of the year, usually by hand, and are pressed in the nearby oil mill on the very same day they are picked. The result is an olive oil that is robust, rustic and deeply satisfying. The oil is a golden yellow color with hints of green, and is perfect for cooking with any dish, but especially raw foods that require an especially aromatic olive oil.
Enjoy Badia a Colitbuono Campo Corto 100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil's bold character and intense pepper flavor with hearty soups, on roasted meats, pork and hearty sausage, salami, prosciutto and fettunta. This olive oil is especially tasty when drizzled over bruschetta on freshly oiled grilled country bread, or when used with a traditional dish such as fett'unta—a slice of toasted Tuscan bread smothered in olive oil.
So for whatever cooking needs you have, always make sure to use Badia a Colitbuono Campo Corto 100% Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil to give your cooking a good kick in the pants.
Campo Corto Extra Virgin Olive Oil - A Bold And Intense Tuscan Favorite
July 11, 2013 11:59:27 AM EDT
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