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Puglia
Taurino Donato e Rosaria
Farm

Via Cellino, 13, 73018 Squinzano (LE)
Region: Puglia

Phone +39 0832782255,
Fax +39 0832787541
info@agricolataurino.it
http://www.agricolataurino.it/


The Taurino Donato e Rosaria farm is located in Squinzano (Lecce- Apulia). It is run by siblings Donato and Rosaria, young entrepreneurs working in the farming industry who have been business owners since 1985, assisting their parents, Pino and Maria, who founded the farm, which includes approximately 150 hectares of specialized olive groves. The farm has its own modern oil mill, equipped with a continuous-cycle oil extraction system with controlled temperature, where olives can be milled within 2-3 hours of being harvested. Currently two types of Extra Virgin Olive Oil are being marketed: - Polaris, a light fruity oil extracted mainly from local Cellina di Nardò variety olives, with a small percentage of Ogliarola Salentina; and Sirius, a mild fruity oil derived from blending Cellina di Nardò (60%) and, depending on the year, Picholine, Nociara, Leccino, Frantoio or Carolea (40%).
Yearly average production of the oil described in this guide (quintals)
200
Organoleptic profile
Its flavour highlights aromas of grass and leaf. Its taste is characterized by clear bitterness and spiciness. A taste of almond in closing.
Recommended gastronomic uses
Combines well with fish carpaccios and is well suited as a seasoning for legumes; said combinations bring out the oil’s fruitiness.
Natural antioxidant content
Class 2
Olive varieties
Sargano di Fermo (80%)
Cellina di Nard˛ (20%)
Production system
Hammer crushing, Three-phase continuous-cycle centrifugal extraction
Current export markets
France
Traced by Unaprol

Commercial Information
Bottle type Format (ml) Size (cm) No. of units per carton Weight per carton (kg) Size of carton (cm) No. of cartons per Europallet No. of levels per pallet Weight per pallet (kg)
Width Height Width Height Depth
Can 50 14 26 1
Can 2000 12 1
Marasca 250 22 6 16 23 2
Marasca 750 28 6 4 22 3 15