he taste of Querceta olive oil is fruity and light on the palate; the aroma is decisive. The colour is an intense and brilliant green-yellow. The olives, which are picked by hand, are stored and transported to a mill. After extraction, which takes place in traditional mills, the oil is conserved in steel or marble containers and then bottled.
It is produced for self-consumption as well as to sell. The typical nature of the product, which dates back millennia, is connected to the system of extraction and the peculiarity of the cultivar. In fact, the oil is obtained exclusively from the Querceta cultivar. The taste and the aroma are typical and vaunt a hint of fruits.