Your Extra Virgin Olive Oil
innovators by tradition sinze 1892

Guided tours

Antonio, the owner of the company, will take you to the farms, immersed in the olive trees, surrounded by grazing horses, in the splendid setting of Ciociaria, between the Ernici, Lepini and Ausoni mountains, and then in the historic olive oil mill, making you experience the journey that every single olive runs from the moment of mignolatura, to the moment of pressing, up to the tasting of our extra virgin olive oil.

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Openin hours: Tu/Su 09:00 am/07:00 pm (telephon notice is welcome)
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The olive groves

The company's olive groves are in the municipality of Boville Ernica, just outside the historic village.

At an altitude varying between 300 and 380 meters, in a hilly and rocky area, they are exposed to the north / west and north. Some of our olive trees have overcome all the disastrous calamitous events of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries up to now. Many others have been re-cultivated by the rebirth of damaged olive trees after the snowfall of 1985 and have overcome the events of 2012 and the Siberian wind in 2017. They are constantly kept under grass and used as free pasture for a small herd of horses. Maintaining a high level of biodiversity is, in fact, one of the milestones of our company.

The olive oil mill - Historical site and museum

The mill is in the center of the village and today it is the only one that can be visited of the six mills that were once active within the perimeter of the walls. The current site was built in the early fifties of the last century by Antonio, grandfather of the owner of the company, with his sisters and brother. From research in the family's historical archive and following the restoration of the premises, it emerged that it is the result of an expansion of a previous animal-powered olive oil mill, already active in the early decades of the nineteenth century, with ground mill and subsequently electrified in the thirties. The milling activity was carried out until the early nineties of the last century by Arcangelo, father of the owner and then suspended.

Today the structure has been totally recovered through a demanding conservative restoration, personally followed by Arcangelo and Antonio.