Olivaverde have been closely involved with the promotion and importation of fine Sicilian olive oils for over ten years, we love these wonderful extra virgin olive oils from the very different areas across this beautiful island, olive oils with their huge range of inte...
Museo extra virgin olive oil is produced near the town of Escóznar which belongs to the municipality of Íllora about ten kilometres west of the Moorish city of Granada, in the valley area at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Ta Matti extra virgin olive oil is produced by Jo and Carmen in the beautiful area of Madliena on the island of Malta and we first came across them and their fantastic olive oil at the Zejtun olive oil festival last September.
We are very pleased to be working with Italy Cycle Xperience to arrange for members of their tours to visit olive oil and wine producers in Umbria and Tuscany as part of the package they offer their clients who book for their 2018 tours in Italy.
This year Olivaverde have been invited by Slow Food Anglia to take part in the annual Terra Madre day that it will hold in Norwich on the 10th December. Since 2009, each year on Slow Food’s anniversary, December 10th, food communities and Slow Food convivia all around...
We are very excited about the possibility of working closely with authorities and small artisan companies producing fine extra virgin olive oils in Algeria in 2018 after being approached to help promote Algerian oils in the UK and Europe.
Olivaverde specialise in organising olive oil tours and appreciation courses in the east and the south of Italy, we also have several tours in Sicily, but our non professional tours and workshops in the Marche region proving especially popular.
We have several olive oil schools and tours in the Mediterranean region, one in the Marche region of the east of Italy, one in Sicily and our main school in Malta. We also have an associate who offers a course for the general public in the south of Spain.