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Château Virant Olive Oil

Château Virant Olive Oil

Item # 83475
$55.00

An O&CO. favorite is back. Be transported to the French Riviera with each drizzle of this delectable small-batch olive oil!

O&CO. selections labeled 'Grand Cru' are bottled in the tradition of the finest wines, Château Virant produces one of the finest O&CO. selections year after year. Once again, Christine Cheylan, the mill master, impresses us with these small batches, balancing between softness and strength. These small batches, predominantly of the Aglandau varietal, are exclusive to Château Virant’s groves and will delight the most discerning olive oil aficianados. Smooth and grassy, soft yet intense, an incomparable example of French olive oil.

Now packaged in a luxurious black matte bottle, Oliviers & Co pays tribute to French producers and the best French olive oils from Provence and Corsica.

One of the 10 best French olive oils, it is a rare find with less than 400 bottles available in the US!

Hand-Picked olives, pressed within 24 hours

 

Size: 16.8 FL OZ

Container: Bottle

55
Producer: Christine Cheylan
Country: France
Region: « Coteaux Château Virant », Lançon de Provence- AOP Aix-en-Provence
Date of Harvest: November 2016
Limited Edition: 1500 liters - batch 19
Olives: Aglandau, Salonenque
Food Pairings: Minestrone soup, Provençal-style tomatoes, tuna, goat cheese canapés. Raw vegetables, cooked vegetables, white meat, fish and shellfish, pasta, and cheese (dried goat cheese, parmesan, mozzarella).
An exceptional olive oil, perfectly balanced with notes of dried herbs, almond and tomato leaf.

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Customer Reviews

"My favorite French oil! I love the taste; it's delicious over grilled veggies."

Jasmine Sainteloi, Sales Associate
from the Grand Central Station Flagship


"Vive la France! I'm so glad this oil is back! It is so delicate and beautiful!"

Chris Rohe
from the Grand Central Station Flagship