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Olive oil New

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Made from olives picked at the start of the season, our NEW olive oil is an unfiltered Extra Virgin olive oil, with powerful vegetal and herbaceous aromas. Freshly produced, its beautiful green color and its ardor will fade after a few weeks, giving way to more rounded and subtle aromas, but still dominated by herbaceous sensations.

Every year, new olive oil is impatiently awaited by all lovers of authenticity and aromatic power! For the producer, it is the reward for a year of effort and attentive care.

Available in 50cl bottle

Free delivery to a relay point from 50€ of purchase and to home from 90€ of purchase in mainland France.
Free home delivery from 120€ of purchase for the Benelux and Germany.
Pickup currently unavailable at Bastide du Laval

Olive oil New

Bastide du Laval

Pickup currently unavailable

199 Chemin de la Royère
84160 Cadenet


Puissance aromatique


Piquant (Ardence)


Superior quality extra virgin olive oil, why?

This name comes from the mixing time of our olives, which is reduced to 20 minutes and whose temperature never exceeds 20°C. The regulations for the designation cold pressing or cold extraction authorize a rise up to 27°C. This process preserves all the aromas and reduces bitterness.

What are the flavors?

It is a ripe fruity type olive oil with herbaceous aromas on the nose but more discreet than a green fruity one. On the palate, the aromas are very sweet with an obvious aroma of banana, cooked artichoke and very ripe apple.

What type of olive is used in this oil?

The main varieties of AOP Provence are Aglandau and Salonenque. Certain other varieties such as Picholine, Bouteillan, Cayon can be blended. The olives come exclusively from a blend of our olives and those of our local producers.

When are olives harvested?

The olives are harvested later in the season (end of November, beginning of December) and taken immediately to the mill where they are crushed without delay.

And by the way, what is ripe fruit?

Because the olives are harvested late, they produce a sweet and fruity oil with very strong aromas.