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Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Frescobaldi Laudemio

Marchesi de Frescobaldi

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2021 Harvest Robust & Grassy Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Tasting notes

Frescobaldi Laudemio extra virgin olive oil—a blend of three Italian olive varietals: Frantoio, Moraiolo and Leccino—is the epitome of a Tuscan olive oil. It's robust with bold aromas of green olives and freshly mown grass. With taste notes of artichoke and wild arugula. The oil is well-balanced with a pleasing bitterness, round fruitiness and a sparkling finish of spiciness. A robust intensity olive oil.

How to use

Rolando Beramendi—author of AUTENTICO: Cooking Italian, the Authentic Way—suggests using this extra virgin olive oil as "Tuscan ketchup" and pouring it over everything. Add a generous finishing pour to a simple bowl of cannellini beans, sautéed greens or over a hot-off-the-grill steak—the way the Tuscans do.  

About the producer

One of our favorite Tuscan olive oil producers is actually a consortium of a few estates that strive to produce the finest olive oil in Florence. They are harder on themselves than any other producer, holding their product to higher standards than any others. These high standards make Frescobaldi Laudemio oil one of the more iconic Tuscan exports.

Awards

  • 2019-2022 New York International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition, Medium Category: Gold Medal
  • 2022 Los Angeles International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition, Medium Category: Gold Medal
  • 2020 Los Angeles International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition, Medium Category: Bronze Medal

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Producer
Marchesi de Frescobaldi
Country
Italy
Region
Tuscany
Size
500 ml
Harvest Date
Fall 2021
Olive Varietal
Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino Filtered

Customer Reviews

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Hubert Bromma

We only use annual release frescobaldi Laudemio for all our olive oil needs

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alya mahmood

Frescobaldi Laudemio Extra Virgin Olive Oil

R
Richard Thesenga
Best brand out there

Best brand out there. But most expensive Laugh out loud!

L
Leslie Pless
A favorite

I've enjoyed several premium EVOO over the years, often sampling the market, but this is the brand I keep on hand. Superb!

d
dswarren
laudemio

always happy with that first, fresh taste of the first harvest. delicious with some warm ciabatta bread and frescobaldi laudemio.