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Choosing an olive oil is like choosing wine for dinner. Delicate, subtle oils are best suited for lighter foods; bold oils stand up to big, spicy flavors; and fragrant, fruity oils engage with a wide variety of tastes. Try several with different foods and let your palate be your guide.
While the French are known for their remarkable grapes, they also grow some of the world’s most distinctive olive varietals. But production is small with less than 1% of the world’s olive oil coming from France and most of it staying in France. That’s why you don’t just taste French olive oil, you savor it. Drizzle over green salads, vegetables, cheeses or fish, and relish in the inspiration of these precious Provençal treasures.
Light, heat and air are olive oil’s enemies. Protect the life of your oils by keeping them in a cool, dark place, far away from the stove and refrigerator. Unlike wine, olive oil does not improve with age. Unopened bottles should be used within 18 months of harvest. Look for a “Best Before” date, which can be found on the label. Once opened, seal containers tightly and use within a few months. And whenever possible, choose the freshest oil you can find and enjoy every bit of it!
Soft gentle oils are produced by pressing olives that have reached full maturity. Characterized by subtle, floral aromas, and notes of almond, butter and ripe fruit, these delicate oils enrich the flavor of lighter foods. Drizzle over butter lettuce salads, mild flaky fish and fruits. Especially scrumptious with desserts.