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La Laguna de Fuente de Piedra

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Aceite de calidad superior ganador de numerosos premios.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil
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De sabor amargo con ligero picor al final y una intensidad de frutado alta.

Pedido recibido correctamente, en las fechas indicadas. Web muy facil de usar y buena relacion de productos. Los que he probado son impresionantes.


Mi pedido de aceite de diferentes orígenes todos ellos de producción ecológica cumple con mis expectativas. Son productores que ya conocía de otras campañas y que decir sobre ellos, cada aceite con su


De muy buen sabor.

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La Laguna de Fuente de Piedra - Lote Premiado - botella vidrio 50 cl.

La Laguna de Fuente de Piedra - Lote Premiado - botella vidrio 50 cl.

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Manufacturer Info

El Labrador SAT 8064

The Agrarian Society of Transformation EL LABRADOR is a family business that aims to make profitable
the experience of at least six generations growing olive trees in the same place, the municipality of
Fuente de Piedra (Malaga). It began to work as an oil mill in 1988 and in 1992 it began its packaging
activity with its own packer number. The oil produced in the SAT EL LABRADOR is exclusively from OWN HARVEST. The average production data
is about two million kilos of olives in total. Of which, approximately 70% correspond to the variety
"vidueña", 15% to the variety "lechín" and the remaining percentage corresponds to other varieties such
as "gordalilla", "pico lemon", "chamomile" and "marteña" . They are beginning to enter "arbequina"
production of new plantation. Almazara from El Labrador, SAT 8064 Almazara from El Labrador Source of Stone (Málaga, Spain) The olive grove is, for the most part, of traditional design, with a wide frame of plantation, dry
land and several "legs" per tree. On the other hand, young olive trees have been interspersed with
drip irrigation and only one foot per tree. The collection system is partly manually and partly mechanized, by vibration. The harvest begins in the first half of October, always looking for the maximum percentage of quality
oils. The date of collection of each variety is marked by the phenological state of the same. The milling is by "continuous three-phase system". The oil is obtained by "low temperature extraction". The milling of the olives occurs within a few hours of harvesting. Taking hygiene into account in the
whole process. The different varieties are ground separately. The packing machine is electronic weighing and manual handling.