Chianti Tuscan Olive Oilwas the backdrop to the centuries long conflict between the cities of Firenze and Siena, and during that period villages and abbeys, castles and strongholds sprang up, later to be transformed into country residences and villas in more tranquil times.

It was then that the great chestnut and oak woods were cut down to make way for the cultivation of vines and olive trees.

This production grew progressively in economic importance and international fame.

In fact a characteristic element of the Chianti landscape is an olive grove, next to the lines of grapevines.

The combination of climate, the earth and the differing altitudes makes Chianti especially adapted for the production of high quality olive oil.

The oil and all our other products can be bought directly from our shop or ordered on-line via email.