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quintessence of Tuscany

Twentyone estates.
Twentyone historical olive crus.
Twentyone extra virgin olive oils of inimitable character.
A unique terrain.
A single trademark.
Discover the world of Laudemio, the brand which is world ambassador of the great oil producing art of Tuscany.

Latest Laudemio® news

How to store and preserve the olive oil properly

In order to maintain its nutritional properties and extraordinary taste, it is important to store and preserve the olive oil properly.   It must be preserved in a sealed container and in dark, dry and cool place.   The ideal storage temperature range is between 14 ° and 18 ° degr... continue

The story of the first olive tree

Greek mythology tells the story of the first olive tree ever born in Greece, as a protection of the ancient city of Athens. Goddess Athena, who was the daughter of Zeus, disputed with Poseidon about the possession of Attica. The two divinities challenged to give people the most useful and valuab... continue

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Stories from the world laudemio

Breaded filet of sea bass with black olives, Enoteca Pinchiorri restaurant (Tokyo)

Ingredients for 4 people: 500 grammes of filet of sea bass from which the bones have been removed and in the upper part 150 grammes of pitted black olives 200 grammes of semolina 200 grammes of peeled potatoes 2-3 shallots 50 grammes of Laudemio oil 2 sprigs of fresh thyme Basil leaves ... continue

John Pope-Hennessy: “Laudemio, the best of all the olive oils”

The late Sir John Wyndham Pope-Hennessy (London, 13th December 1913 – Florence, 31st October 1994), great art historian and one of the world’s top experts on the Italian Renaissance, was a keen connoisseur of Laudemio, as witnessed by his tasteful and scholarly note dated 1992 which we ... continue

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