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We planted the vines, we took care of them, and we observed them they are ready. How will our wine taste? We don’t know it yet, but we wish it will be able to give an emotion, to cheer up dinners among friends, to warm a romantic night, or to keep you company when you are alone.



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Extra virgin olive oil "Il Chiesino"

Extra virgin olive oil “Il Chiesino” In our farm there are more than one thousand olive trees of the frantoio, leccino and moraiolo variety. the olives picked up in october and november are taken to the olive-press within 24 hours where they are cold pressed in order to get a product able to preserve at its best qualities, both sensory and nutritional. The extra virgin olive oil has the piquant tone and the bitter aftertaste typical of the best Tuscan traditions, perfect for classical soups but also on a slice of home-made bread.



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Extra virgin olive oil "Monticino bianco"

We produce this kind of extra virgin olive oil in Imola and Dozza, in the province of Bologna, from frantoio, leccino and moraiolo olives. the olives are picked up in november and taken to the olive-press for the cold press process. the smell is intense and charming with fruity sensations and the taste is bitter, ideal for soups with cereals and legume salads. its organoleptic properties have been appreciated at the 14th edition of the regional contest among the extra virgin olive oils of quality, where it received the quality mention.

“Our works have to aim not only to the present, but also to the future, not only to us but also to our descendants, in this way even the most distant one will take some oil from the olive trees we planted.”

G. Pascoli.