Olive Tree: Vigorous top branches. Good leaf development. High productivity. It can adapt to different types of weather and soil.
Fruit: Medium to large, approximately 3.2 grams.
Olive Oil: Fruity green, fig, olive leaf, tomato and bitter.
Pairings of Olive Oil: Roasted meat, salads, pasta, fried and traditional dishes.
Olive Tree: Limited growth of top branches, making it perfect for intensive plantations. Long and not twiggy shoots. Dark green color.
Fruit: Small, oval-shaped and nearly symmetrical, small to large, about 1.9 grams.
Olive Oil: Fruity, apple, banana, fluid and sweet.
Pairings of Olive Oil: Mayonnaise, lightly marinated food and confectionary pastries.
Olive Tree: Medium growth of top branches, with medium leaf density and a regular leaf surface.
Fruit: Large size, an average of 4.3 grams. Nearly a perfect sphere.
Olive Oil: Fresh-cut grass, almond and slightly pungent.
Pairings of Olive Oil: Preserved vegetables, vinaigrettes, pasta, sautéed dishes.
Olive Tree: Medium growth of top branches, of medium length, and limited formation of shoots.
Fruit: Long and slightly curved fruit, asymmetrical, bulged and flat on one side, and with the shape of a horn on the other side. Medium size and weight.
Olive Oil: Green fruit, apple and slightly pungent.
Pairings of Olive Oil: Fried food, crusts, salads, doughnuts.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil: Maximum acidity 0.8°
Virgin Olive Oil: Maximum acidity 2°