Curated gourmet olive varietals such as arbequina, coratina, picual, barnea, leccino and frantoio are harvested using hand techniques and brought straight to the family's on-site mill and plant quickly for processing. The olives are crushed, malaxed, decanted, filtered and bottled, never using any chemicals or heat.
...using only the freshest olives
All of our exclusive oils are from new world olive groves managed by proud Uruguayan families using ultra-modern processing equipment, producing the highest quality artisanal purity in EVOOs and stored at optimum tempuratures. Naturally!
Under the Uruguayan sky...
Welcome to a little-known corner of the gourmet world!
Uruguay's farmers are dedicated to raising their crops and livestock in the most natural and sustainable way possible; no GMO's, avoiding pesticides whenever possible and learning the organic way. Blessed with extremely fertile soil and conscientiously managed, it offers the world's best beef, excellent wines, top quality soy and wool and exciting New World delectables like caviar, quail eggs, ostrich and extra virgin olive oil.
Differing from Argentina and Chile, Uruguay is a country of small-scale, family-owned farms, plantations and wineries and is influenced by traditions inherited from strong Italian and Spanish roots. This influence and passion carries through to food production, cuisine and culture.
A small but beautiful country
Uruguay’s miles of gorgeous beaches, colonial cities, vast stretches of rolling countryside and diverse and rich agricultural regions make it the hidden gem of South America. Part of Uruguay’s charm is its cities and beach towns’ casual atmosphere and laid-back style with friendly and open people. Because of progressive social programs and a stable democracy, there is a high quality of life and the lowest level of corruption and poverty in South America.
In the temperate zone with a Mediterranean-like climate, Uruguay has the purest water in the continent and its 12 million cattle (outnumbering people by almost four to one) are grass-fed and free-range. Uruguay (which means “river of painted birds”) is considered one of the most environmentally sustainable countries in the world.