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The Provençal olive tree

Olive trees are renowned for their hardiness. In 1956 however, Provence was hit by a great frost and only 250 trees survived on the farm. 900 new olive trees were planted between 1997 and1998. The varieties we grow are Aglandeau, Salonenque and small quantities of Grossane and Verdales des Bouches du Rhone. These trees produce olive oils with distinctive Provençal aromas. 

Aglandeau produces oil that is fruity with varied levels of intensity and bitterness and has unripe fruit and grassy flavours such as artichoke, green tomatoes and cut grass. Salonenque olives render a sweet and delicate tasting oil and it exudes notes of almonds and apples. Verdale des Bouches du Rhone is slightly fruity with grassy and green apple aromas. Grossane olives provide an oil with a sweeter, only slightly fruity taste that is useful for blending to temper the piquancy and bitterness of other oils.

The Olive Harvest 

We usually harvest in the autumn from November to December. We harvest in a special way - by variety and parcel of trees, making early and later harvests of each variety. This method produces varied oils with distinct tastes from which we blend and optimize our Grand Cuveé Gerbaud and Cuveé Gerbaud extra virgin olive oils.

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Our extra virgin olive oil

As one of the leading local businesses in the San Francisco area, we attribute our reputation to the lasting customer relationships we’ve developed throughout the years. We believe that all of our customers deserve the highest level of service, and we are committed to providing just that.

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