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Inspired by the History, Style & Romance of Italy.
Creating certified organic wine, balsamic vinegar & olive oil.

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Referencing the healthy traditions of original organic viticulture, Villa Gabriella vineyards are an ecosystem jewel. They are an excellent example of Mother Nature's innate biodiversity of checks and balances. Cover crops, bugs, bees, birds, bats all coexist to monitor the vineyards well being, controlling insects and weeds while helping maintain the proper balance of their populations so the vines can thrive.

IPG - Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva

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IPG - Olio Extra Vergine di Oliva

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2016 Harvest IPG Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Crafted from Single Estate, Organic Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo & Pendolino olives.

Villa Gabriella Organic is proud to offer our IGP certified organic, extra virgin olive oil! This Tuscan classic hails from the certified organic olive grove of Montespertoli, 15 miles west Florence. Single estate, at an altitude of 1,246 feet, the grove of olive trees some more than 100 years old, thrives under sustainable farming methods & daily care. Exceptional in taste & quality, artisan crafted from organic Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo & Pendolino olives, limited to just 500 bottles for the U.S.

  • IGP oil is identifiable by the label around the neck of the bottle. The alphanumeric code allows consumers to trace the entire supply chain, providing maximum transparency & security. The seal guarantees the surest & safest way of buying an original & authentic extra virgin olive oil, rich in aromas, fragrance & flavors that distinguish it as a true Tuscan.
  • Estate grown, organic Tuscan Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo & Pendolino olives were hand harvested at their prime in autumn 2016.
  • Aromas of fresh cut grass & green tomato offer fruity along with slightly bitter & spicy notes. Flavors of green apples, artichokes & fennel are bold yet balanced. Featuring the trademark Tuscan "pizzica" - the tingling sensation on the palate, an indication of a young, fresh olive oil.
  • Savor don’t save this luscious oil! It offers complexity & character to any food whether baked, cooked, grilled, roasted, steamed or raw. Drizzle over aged or fresh cheeses & garden salads. Dress cold or hot pasta, rice or soup dishes, finish grilled fish, meat & vegetables. Dip raw vegetables or enjoy in its simplest form with fresh country bread.

“I use the IGP oil mostly for dipping bread and sprinkling on vegetables. The flavor is the best I've had. There's a nice peppery bite, followed by an array of other great flavors. A real joy to taste.” Seth

Nutrition Facts
Per 1 tbsp (15ml)
Calories 120
Total Fat 14g
   Saturated Fat 2g
   Trans Fat 0g
Sodium 0g
Carbohydrate 0g
Sugars 0g
Protein 0g

*Not a significant source of saturated fat, transfer, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron.

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Why IGP? The European Union established IPG-Indicazione Geografica Protetta or Protected Geographical Indication certification status to ensure products genuinely originating from a specified certified region as authorized to be identified as such. Since 1997, the Consortium for The Protection of Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil diligently works to protect IGP certified Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil throughout the world.

What is the Certification Process? Chemical & sensory tests are conducted by Department of Agriculture approved commissions to verify compliance with growing, harvesting, pressing & bottling regulations ensuring the oil is 100% extra virgin, olive oil from Tuscany. Per the Consortium, production of Tuscan IGP extra virgin olive oil has specific requirements for each stage, from cultivation to packaging. For example;

Groves: Producers must register their olive groves with the Consortium. Each tree is registered & belongs to the different varietals as stipulated by production regulations. The olive fruit must be mandatorily grown & cultivated in the administrative territory within the Tuscany region.

Pressing: As with the olive harvest, this stage of the production chain must be carried out in Tuscany. Authorized mills must report the daily pressing schedule to regulatory offices in the Tuscan region for audits & inspection.