Extra virgin olive oil is a central part of the Mediterranean diet and one of the healthiest oils in the world. Read our post to find out more about the benefits of olive oil and why you should add more olive oil to your diet.
A True Taste of Sicilian Heritage
Grown and bottled on La Furtuna Estate in the Sicani Mountain region, our Heritage Blend Sicilian extra virgin olive oil is one to remember. Persistent and harmonious, it hosts a soft flavor of fruity, golden notes with a nose of artichoke, green tomato and almond.
On the palate, this cold-extracted, high-quality olive oil is incredibly smooth and balanced with a medium spice. Take a teaspoon right out of the bottle, drizzle on a leafy salad, or pair with a Bona Furtuna Salt and Herb blend for an electrifying meat rub.
A Harmony of Native Olive Varietals
Blessed by its hillside proximity to Monte Barraù in the Sicani Mountain region, Bona Furtuna Heritage Blend premium Italian extra virgin olive oil is comprised of olive varieties that are native to Sicily. Handpicked from farm-grown trees, olives are immediately milled, where their oil is cold extracted and estate bottled within 24 hours.
It has made everything I use olive oil on taste much better. I love it it is the best olive oil I have ever tasted.
Melissa, we're so happy to hear you're enjoying the Heritage Blend olive oil so much! We hope you get to try the Biancolilla Centinara olive oil as well someday- grazie!
Have used only for salad drizzling and will expand to pastas i’m sure. very pleased with flavor and consistency — it makes all the difference in my experience
Grazie Barney! We're glad you're enjoying our award-winning olive oil :)
I’m thankful I got to taste this! Very bold & flavorful; definitely for salads & cold dishes...we used for dipping.
I am such a big fan of this olive oil, I sometimes bring a bottle, instead of wine, when invited to dinner!
Grazie mille, James! We love Sicilian wine, but bringing a bottle of Heritage Blend olive oil to the host sounds like a beautiful idea!
Harvest date 2019 and we are in September 2020 , so, if it's the beginning of 2019 it's an issue , isn't bad but just olive oil , like any olive oil in grocery store , definitely doesn't deserve the expensive price .
Hi Ayman! Thank you for your feedback! Our olives are harvested in the fall every year, so our 2019 harvest is our most recent. We're starting to get ready for our 2020 harvest in a few weeks.