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The Official Guide to the World's Best Olive Oils

The World’s Best Olive Oils 2024

The NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition is the world’s most prestigious olive oil quality contest. Its annual list of award winners is the definitive guide to the finest extra virgin olive oils of the year.

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2024 Winners

The Official Guide is the definitive catalogue of the best extra virgin olive oils and the dedicated producers who craft them.

Yudum Egemden Erken Hasat

Yudum Egemden Erken Hasat Gold award

Grumpy Goats Farm Pendolino

Grumpy Goats Farm Pendolino Silver award

Laurenta Oblica

Laurenta Oblica Silver award

Cretan Harvest

Cretan Harvest Silver award

Podere il Montaleo Blend

Podere il Montaleo Blend Gold award

Obìa Olive Oil

Obìa Olive Oil Gold award

L’Olio dei Papi

L'Olio dei Papi Silver award

Bondolio Organic Estate Blend

Bondolio Organic Estate Blend Gold award

Sunshine Olive Oil Tuscan Blend

Sunshine Olive Oil Tuscan Blend Gold award


Kristofola Gold award

Rosmaninho Premium

Rosmaninho Premium Gold award


Previ Gold award

Henri Mor Private Reserve

Henri Mor Private Reserve Silver award

Olio Solum Caninese

Olio Solum Caninese Gold award


Neolea Gold award

Titone DOP

Titone DOP Gold award
Cultivar in the Spotlight


Coratina olives are widely grown in the southern region of Puglia in Italy. This variety is known for producing an oil that is robust and flavorful, with a fruity aroma and a slightly bitter taste. The olives are typically harvested when green and unripe to produce a high-quality extra-virgin olive oil rich in polyphenols, which have been shown to have numerous health benefits, including reducing inflammation and lowering the risk of heart disease.

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Crafting an award-winning olive oil takes determination, skill and obsessive attention to detail. Every stage of the process, from harvest to bottle, must be perfectly managed to produce one of the world’s best olive oils.



Every good olive oil needs to have the aroma of fresh fruit. Olives are fruits, after all. Award-winning extra virgin olive oils smell fresh and fruity.



Bitterness indicates the presence of health-promoting compounds like polyphenols and adds complexity and balance to the flavor profile.



Pungency is that peppery sensation on the throat caused by the healthy phenolic compounds in fresh, high-quality olive oils.



The perfect balance of fruity, bitter and pungent notes indicates a high-quality oil that can elevate the flavors of any dish.



Exceptional extra virgin olive oils send us on an olfactory and gustatory journey through a complex bouquet of pleasing sensations.



The lingering taste and aroma of well-crafted olive oils give the taster time to reflect on the fruity notes and complex subtleties.

People Behind the Winning Brands

Spiridon Anagnostopoulos

Agronomist Spiridon Anagnostopoulos, an expert in olive tree cultivation and the owner of Ranis from northwestern Peloponnese, knows that the key to strong, productive olive trees is to take good care of the soil in which they grow

“A healthy soil means that our olive trees can absorb the nutrients they need to grow properly throughout their whole biological cycle and phenolic-creating stages,” Anagnostopoulos told Olive Oil Times

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