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Color: Yellow with green reflections, delicate, silky fruity.
Smell: Scents of green leaf, tomato.
Taste: Hint of spicy on closing.
Pairings: Excellent for everyday cooking and for those who love more delicate and sweet sensations, hence its name Dulcis.

Cultivar: Cellina di Nardò and Ogliarola salentina.
Harvest: The olives are placed in small crates and are brought to the milling immediately.
Pressing: Cold, no more than 28 ° C and in controlled air to avoid the oxidation of the perfumes, the color and safeguard its great health properties.
Acidity: Always very low, thanks to the mechanical harvesting from the tree of olives that are not yet fully ripe.

Lillo

The Lillo farm has always been passionate about nature and the agricultural world, produces and transforms what Mother Nature generously gives. For four generations. The lands are mostly located in the heart of Puglia, in the wonderful Salento, in a scenario that the whole world envies, among monumental secular and millenary olive trees, between sapling vineyards of almost a hundred years that give unique wines in the world and between two seas , the Ionian and the Adriatic that make the Ancient Land of the Messapi a unique place. As unique are the typical fortified farms, theater of the deepest agricultural traditions of our history. The company, now run by Pasquale Lillo, consists of about 60 hectares of land among olive groves, vineyards, artichokes and cereals, also present the typical farm animals such as cows and calves, chickens and ducks and our Maremma dogs, always a faithful and constant presence. The grandparents Pasquale and Nicolò and dad Vitantonio have always been skilled and tireless agricultural producers of fruits, vegetables and cheeses, but it was the last generation of the Lillo family who started the transformation of raw materials into finished artisan and excellent products, from extra virgin oils. to wines, from natural artichokes to various pâtés and, lastly, to the artichoke beer from Brindisi.

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