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Arbequina Blend

By Gold Ridge Organic Farms

The 2019 Arbequina blend is grown and milled on our farm in Sonoma County. It has fresh floral aromas, banana, sweet fennel and hints of walnut. The round texture is typical of our Arbequina oils. This harvest has flavors of macadamia nut, stone fruit, green fig and fresh herbs. It has very little bitterness and is slightly robust. It is a unique blend of Arbequina, Empeltre, Leccin de Seville, Hojiblanca, Picual and Manzanilla olives. CCOF-certified organic. COOC-certified extra virgin.
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About Gold Ridge Organic Farms

Gold Ridge Organic Farms was started by farmer Brooke Hazen in West Sonoma County, California. The farm sits 80 kilometers north of San Francisco, in the rolling hills of Sebastopol, where coastal breezes and optimal soils provide ideal growing conditions for 30 hectares of olives. The farm is certified organic. We make our estate-grown olives into four organic olive oils within hours of harvest in our Italian Rapanelli press. The results are delicious fresh flavors and generous antioxidants.
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