Casa del Agua of Oro Bailén, Box of 12 bottles of 1L
Casa del Agua Oro Bailén oil has been produced since the 19th century in a village called Villanueva de la Reina in Jaén, in a municipality at an altitude of 400 metres, in the foothills of Sierra Morena. This oil is produced with the Picual variety. Its intensity is medium-low, which makes it an ideal pairing for any food of the Mediterranean diet.
It is a very stable, balanced and smooth EVOO, which makes it a very suitable oil for use in traditional cooking: frying, sautéing and stews. It has nuances reminiscent of tomato or almond and has a perfect balance between bitterness and spiciness.
It contains a large amount of antioxidants and polyphenols, which helps you to eat a complete diet. Medium-low intensity.
Contains a box of 12 1-litre carafes
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CASA DEL AGUA DE ORO BAILÉN, AN OIL WITH HISTORY
Casa del Agua de Oro Bailén is an oil that has been produced since the end of the 19th century and has been able to modernise thanks to the work of the company GALGÓN 99, S.L. from Bailén with a restructuring plan that took its first steps in 2005. The rise since then has been unstoppable for this small family business, which has managed to export this 100% Picual olive oil to some of the most demanding markets in the world. The oil company has the Quality Management Certificate according to ISO 9000, issued by APPLUS +.
MODERNITY AND TRADITION IN CASA DEL AGUA ORO BAILÉN PICUAL OLIVE OIL
Undoubtedly, one of the great challenges that the olive oil sector had to face was to modernise without losing the family essence that has distinguished the artisanal production of liquid gold in olive oil mills for decades. GALGON 99 S.L. has undoubtedly achieved this task by implementing a semi-manual harvesting process in which the trunk is vibrated (or "varea") so that the fruit falls from the tree faster and in greater quantity. The fruit is harvested in bales during the month of November and transported to the oil mill for early processing.
It is carried out in November
Semi-manual harvesting: the trunk is vibrated so that the fruit comes off earlier and in greater quantity. In addition to this, the fruit is collected in bales and then transported to the oil mill.
CASA DEL AGUA: A WORLD OF NUANCES
The characteristics of Casa del Agua picual olive oil are medium fruitiness with nuances reminiscent of tomato or almond. One of the particularities of Casa del Agua oil is the perfect balance between bitterness and pungency, which contrasts masterfully with the smooth entry (but with a slight bitterness) in the mouth.
Characteristics and nuances
Medium intensity fruitiness
Hints reminiscent of tomato or almond.
Perfect balance between bitterness and pungency.
Sweet entry in the mouth with a slight bitterness.
Accompanied at the end by a slight spiciness.