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Intosso Extra Virgin Olive Oil

2021 Harvest

Silver Medal, Medium Intensity
Los Angeles International Competition 2022

Gold Medal, Packaging Design
Los Angeles International Competition 2022

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Rolando raves: "Intosso is wonderful drizzled on bruschetta, or used together with other PrimoGrano products to celebrate traditional foods of Abruzzo. Create a simple tomato sauce of Pera d’Abruzzo Heirloom Tomatoes and Intosso and serve atop PrimoGrano Spaghettoni—made with a soft summer wheat cultivated in the Abruzzo hills."

Last Year's Harvest Notes
Made from the monocultivar Intosso—a nearly extinct varietal from the Abruzzo region, prized for its large fruit and small seed—Intosso has the mild aroma of fennel and flavors of raw artichoke and almond, culminating in a lively pink pepper finish. 

About the Olive Oil
The olives are grown in a small plot in Pianella, Abruzzo, and each year are harvested by hand and milled within 8 hours of picking. In Abruzzo, Intosso olives are traditionally consumed as a table fruit, stored in terracotta bowls after a long process of salting and care. 

Region: Abruzzo, Italy
Olive Cultivar: 100% Intosso

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2019 NY International Olive Oil Competition Results

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Rolando raves: "Intosso is wonderful drizzled on bruschetta, or used together with other PrimoGrano products to celebrate traditional foods of Abruzzo. Create a simple tomato sauce of Pera d’Abruzzo Heirloom Tomatoes and Intosso and serve atop PrimoGrano Spaghettoni—made with a soft summer wheat cultivated in the Abruzzo hills."

Last Year's Harvest Notes
Made from the monocultivar Intosso—a nearly extinct varietal from the Abruzzo region, prized for its large fruit and small seed—Intosso has the mild aroma of fennel and flavors of raw artichoke and almond, culminating in a lively pink pepper finish. 

About the Olive Oil
The olives are grown in a small plot in Pianella, Abruzzo, and each year are harvested by hand and milled within 8 hours of picking. In Abruzzo, Intosso olives are traditionally consumed as a table fruit, stored in terracotta bowls after a long process of salting and care. 

Region: Abruzzo, Italy
Olive Cultivar: 100% Intosso

Read More about this Product on Our Blog

2019 NY International Olive Oil Competition Results

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
41510 500 ml/16.9 fl oz 6 6.3 kg/14 lb 7-93232-41510-9

Serving Suggestions

Serving Suggestions

  • Use with hearty dishes like legume soups or grilled meats, or more drizzle delicately over bruschetta.

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