L’olio di casa Virzì’s medium intensity on the nose is expressed by fruity and floral tones of apple, freshly cut grass, sweet almond and tomato leaves.
Category: Ogliarola Messinese
The Ogliarola Messinese is an autochthonous Sicilian cultivar, which can be mainly found in the provinces of Palermo and Messina; it is also known as Messinese, Terminese, Raffu and Castrense. Ogliarola Messinese olives are widely used as table olives. The variety is self-fertile and presents quite a high yield in olive oil production. Ogliarola Messinese has a medium/late ripening and gives its EVOOs aromas of freshly cut grass, almond and artichoke.