olio novello

New olive oil is usually called nuovo in the north and novello in the south; both words mean new, or fresh. In the case of EVOO, this means creamy, piquant, zesty, unfiltered and completely untamed by months in the settling tank. There is nothing like truly fresh evoo!

Supplies are limited to what is on hand and once gone, no more will be available until next year. To insure that you receive your selection, order now.

CyberCucina offers the following 2013 fresh harvest oils:

Olio Verde Olio Novello, 2013 Harvest (Sicily) A special bottling of this creamy, piquant, zesty, and unfiltered EVOO arrives stateside via air in mid-December.

Tenuta di Capezzana Olio Nuovo, 2013 Harvest (Tuscany) A nice peppery taste without being overdone.

Frescobaldi Laudemio “First Pressing” 2013 Harvest (Tuscany) This green elixir has a fresh aroma with hints of artichoke and pepper.

Fratelli Aprile Il Olio Novello 274th EVOO (Sicily)
Its taste is delicate, harmonious and well-balanced.


Olio Novello and Olio Nuovo
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Olio Novello and Olio Nuovo
One of the great rituals for food-loving Italians is the annual tasting of freshly pressed olive oil. The harvest of green olives right before Christmas ensures this traditional holiday treat.