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Frescobaldi Laudemio Extra Virgin Olive Oil 500ml

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in Tuscany, Italy

  • Region: Florentine Hills, Tuscany
  • Cultivar: Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino

Rolando raves: “The perfect finishing oil; think of it as your Tuscan ketchup! This gorgeous bottle takes centerstage at your dinner table when serving grilled grass-fed steaks. Pour generously over any winter green such as kale, chard, and beet greens. Elegantly swirl over steamed romanesco broccoli, creamy cannellini beans, and chickpeas. Enjoy the explosion of flavors when simply using as a dip in pinzimonio (raw vegetable crudités).” 

2022 Harvest Notes
Laudemio Frescobaldi 2022 has a very pungent and decisive character. The aroma is of fresh olives, just harvested and pressed. On the palate it is simultaneously bitter and spicy, with the typical Tuscan flavor of artichoke and wild arugula. In the mouth the feeling is very clean, with a long-lasting pleasant spiciness.

Over 30 Emerald Green Harvests
Frescobaldi’s Laudemio continues to be a true testament to its lineage. It is crafted from the purest cold-pressing of perfectly whole Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino olives from the family’s property in the hills surrounding Florence. Frescobaldi selects only the finest extra virgin olive oil to become Laudemio. 

  •  Tre Foglie
    Gambero Rosso 2023
  •  Gold Tasting Cup
    Milan International Olive Oil Award 2023
  •  Corona
    Maestro d'Olio 2023
  •  Gold Medal
    EVO IOOC 2023
  •  Bronze Medal - Medium Intensity
    Los Angeles International Competition 2023

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Product CodeUnit SizeUnit/CaseCase WeightUnit PriceCase PriceUPC Code
500 ml/16.9 fl oz
6.3 kg/14 lb
250 ml/8.5 fl oz
7.7 kg/17 lb

  • Pour onto creamy cannellini beans, steamed spinach, and puntarelle.
  • Try it the Florentine way: on Bistecca alla Fiorentina.
  • Drizzle over a bowl of stewed lentils and sausages.
  • Dress a salad of mixed bitter greens and citrus.