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Titone D.O.P. Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Produced by:


in Sicily, Italy

  • Region: Trapani, Sicily
  • Cultivar: Cerasuola

Rolando raves: “It feels sacrilegious to cook with this incredible olive oil—what better finishing touch for your dishes? Drench citrus salad with Titone during winter. Make Bucatini with Pesto alla Trapanese (AUTENTICO, pg. 35) and drizzle over Sicilian Pasta con le Sarde (Pasta with Sardines).This ultra fragrant oil is also outstanding on avocado: slice an avocado in half and fill the cavity with Titone, a sprinkle of freshly squeezed lemon juice, and a pinch of fleur de sel.” 

2023 Harvest Notes
We’re thrilled to offer Antonella Titone’s pristine D.O.P. Valli Trapanesi organic oil (Protected Designation of Origin). After pressing each of her estate’s olive cultivars separately and rigorously analyzing the resulting monocultivar oils, Antonella makes a “selezione della selezione” in crafting her crown jewel. This year's D.O.P. harvest, made from 100% Cerasuola olives, has a complex and very green nose with notes of tomato vine and freshly cut grass. A symphony of sparkling green flavors dances in the mouth. Its pleasant bitterness is superbly balanced by a persistent spicy finish. Antonella tended to every detail with obsessive attention, and the result is pure perfection.  

  •  Best of Class, Gold Medal - Medium Intensity
    Los Angeles International Competition 2024
  •  Gold Medal - Medium Intensity
    New York International Olive Oil Competition 2024

Ordering Info

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

Serving Suggestions & Recipes

  • Pour over steamed sea bass or grilled swordfish.
  • Use as a dressing for artichokes served with chopped mint.
  • Drizzled over grilled eggplants topped with ricotta salata or red peppers stuffed with breadcrumbs.