A year that gave important results, with several of our oils awarded in all the most important national and intrnational contexts, thanks also to a better year, from a climatic point of view. After 2017, characterized by drought, and 2018 […]
In 2018, La Maliosa experienced a number of challenges and considerable difficulties in our olive grove, connected mostly to unpredictable and sometimes even extreme meteorological factors, especially during the harvesting period. Worthy of note: an anomalous and persistent cold that […]
The precious fruits of the new and historical olive groves on the Farm have created real Maremman “green gold”. Two oils were produced this year, offspring of the territory and of the native cultivars that make them so typically Tuscan. […]
The year 2014 was, as you well know, disastrous for olive oil in Italy, and in particular, in the Maremma. Production was almost zero due to both the highest rainfall in fifty years and the resulting “olive fruit fly” infestation […]
If the weather is clement, many will inaugurate the season of outdoor dining with their very own Easter lunch. A sprinkling of tables and chairs, a quick test of the electrical retractable roof and a search for dishes and cutlery […]
On the weekend of November 16th and 17th 2013, the 47th National Congress of AIS (Italian Sommelier Association), Wine in Progress, took place in Florence. The location was the famous Stazione Leopolda, well suited for high profile events.
What does the IGP Toscano certification involve? In order for an Extra Virgin Olive Oil to be also IGP Toscano, the producer has to respect strict Production Specifications issued by the IGP Toscano Consortium (see www.oliotoscanoigp.it).
What lies behind the golden trickle that comes out of La Maliosa Extra Virgin Olive Oil bottles? You have to look far back in time, to over sixty years ago.
Above all they are though the expression of the territory they come from and of the cultivar (varieties) in the olive groves.