Organic extra virgin olive oil
to give as a present
Solid pine box, with 250ml bottle organic EVOO10,90€ VAT included
Solid pine box, with 750ml tall bottle organic extra virgin olive oil17,50€ VAT included
Solid pine wood box, with one 750ml bottle, one 250ml bottle and one 05 litre tin with organic extra virgin olive oil.32,50€ VAT included
Case one unit 750ml Bottle organic extra virgin olive oil15,00€ VAT included
Case two unit 750ml Bottle organic extra virgin olive oil27,00€ VAT included
We are a family-owned company that produces filtered and unfiltered organic EVOO. Our century-old olive groves, located in the district of La Loma by the River Guadalimar, thrive 800m above sea level on the rolling hills of Sabiote, Jaen.
Every year at the beginning of November (early harvest), we select and harvest the finest Picual olives from our own trees on the “El Charquillo” estate, owned by our family since 1879, and press them to obtain our artisanal oil. As we only distribute the exceptional oil produced on our own property, each harvest yields a limited-edition product. Strolling among our olive trees gives us a sense of peace and harmony, making us feel both grateful and responsible for its care and good health.
We aim to share our oil at reasonable prices so consumers can savour its quality and freshness. Our approach to agriculture aims to make our fields a thriving “olive forest” (bosque de olivos in Spanish), a balanced agrosystem that respects the rhythms of nature. We implemented this system only a few years ago, but we’re already starting to see results. It’s encouraging to see that our olive groves are attracting a growing number of new residents: owls, foxes, badgers, hares, robins and more. The presence of these wild animals, natural allies and sentinels of our fields, is highly beneficial.
Our organic cultivation methods are controlled and certified by CAAE, which means we do not use herbicides, pesticides or chemicals that might harm the environment. All our fertilizers are also organic (sheep manure, worm castings and biomass). The result is fertile, well-balanced soil that keeps the trees free of disease and blight.