Extra virgin olive oil from Tenuta di Pietra Porzia
Our olive oil comes from the olive groves owned by the company, 116 acres in a natural amphitheater, the only intact hill landscape around Rome, belonging for a century to the Giulini family, which also owns Tenuta La Marchesa in the Gavi area.
Tenuta di Pietra Porzia in an agriturismo in Rome and a historic company, where you can find archaeological remains dating back to the Roman Empire era. In addition to the typical vineyards of the area, the company owns 27 acres planted with 2500 olive trees and an oil mill.
We produce traditional oil varieties: Frantoio, Leccino, Moraiolo, Rosciola, Carboncella.
The olives, cold pressed when harvested, produce an extra virgin olive oil with very low acidity, very rich in antioxidant polyphenols.
The small production of very high quality is exported to Japan and sold only to our private customers.
Regillo: extra virgin olive oil from Tenuta di Pietra Porzia
Land registry: F.M.3, cadastral parcels: No. 8-9
Land registry: F.M. 1047, cadastral parcels: No. 139-143-144-188
Total hectares: 12.60, all owned by the company
Frantoio – Leccino – Moraiolo – Rosciola – Carboncella
Cultivation with minimal environmental impact; EU reg. No. 1259/99 ex 2078/92
from October 20th to November 20th
By cold mechanical extraction in the oil mill owned by the property. Storage takes place in insulated stainless steel. Product is always kept at a constant temperature and under nitrogen pressure.
Light oil, with an intense taste. Rich in fruity aromas and polyphenols (the famous anti-aging compounds) that guarantee its preservation over time.
Sale of oil
Sale of oil to individuals with price lists available on request: every weekday from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 17:00, including Saturday morning. Out of hours the sale can be by reservation. It is possible to collect the purchased products from the farmhouse.
Tenuta Pietra Porzia is a member of the Association of Italian Historic Houses (ADSI) and is listed on the website of the Association: Italian Historic Houses.
The Marchesa Estate in Novi Ligure (Al) is owned by the same family.
Via Pietra di Porzia 60 00044 - Frascati (Rome) - Italy