Morellana Hojiblanca

Glass bottle 500 ml. + box

(582)

15,30 €(tax incl.30,60 €/L)

  • 1 estuche 15,30 € / Unit
  • 6 estuches 16,20 € / Unit

Glass bottle with its box.

Intense green fruity with herbaceous and fruity notes. It highlights the alloza, green apple, banana peel, green grass, wild plants and mallow. 

All in a context of persistence and complexity very high.
Type:
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Variety:
hojiblanca
Cultivation:
Organic
Zone:
Córdoba
Appellation of origin:
Baena (Córdoba)
Harvest:
2020 - 2021
Format:
Case
Capacity:
500 ml
Composition:
Monovarietal
Fruity:
intenso
Sweet:
ligero
Bitterness:
medio
Fervence:
medio
Nose:
Green almond
apple
banana
grass
Mouth:
The palate is sweet at first, fluid and elegant. It shows hints of banana, artichoke, alloza, nuts and olive leaf. Light bitter and increasing spicy or progression in throat.
04/16/2021

HICE LA COMPRA Y LLEGÓ EL PEDIDO EN EL TIEMPO ESTIMADO Y EN PERFECTO ESTADO. MUY CONTENTA

04/16/2021

Parfait sur le service client et l emballage des produits.
Pour la livraison moins bien: le livreur indique un jour de livraison mais ne vient que le lendemain, donc je l 'ai attendu toute une jour

04/16/2021

Pas encore goûté la dernière livraison !

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Morellana Hojiblanca - Glass bottle 500 ml. + box

Morellana Hojiblanca - Glass bottle 500 ml. + box

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Manufacturer Info

SUCESORES DE HERMANOS LÓPEZ S.A.

The origins of this family business go back to 1845. It was then when a small plot of olive grove, which did not reach one hectare, was born a heritage that would grow and consolidate over six generations. Today, the old oil mill built by Antonio López Ortiz, back in 1918, has been modernized and has the most modern ecological system, which does not produce any alpechin, in a firm bid to market its precious oils of higher quality: Morellana and The lagoon. The olive, whose juice or juice is the oil we offer, is produced by olive groves located south of Córdoba, in the municipalities of Luque and Baena, on gently sloping and still high terrain, many of them at the foot of the Sierra del Parque Natural of the Subbéticas. The two major oil-producing areas of Andalusia, the picual one, typical of Jaén and the hojiblanco, characteristic of the Cordoba one, are joined here, to which must be added another variety, typical of the Baena designation of origin known as picudo or carrasqueño, which produces one of the most exquisite oils in the world.