After traveling for her studies, Anne Amalric returned to her beloved Corsica to develop the culture of the olive tree at the family farm. It is here, on “the island of beauty”, in a building rich in two hundred years of history that Anne produces almonds, olives and grapes.
But the true passion of Anne is the olive tree! Producer animated by deep convictions, she is looking for the best quality of olive oil while respecting the environment. A true family tradition coupled with careful work has allowed the production of a rare Corsican PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) olive oil.
The Olive Grove
This grove, on the plateau of Aghione, benefits from a microclimate creating the ideal soil to grow several varieties of Corsican olives. The result is an oil of character with an aroma that evokes the wild terrain.
The property is located on the plateau of Aghione, flanked by the montains de Antisanti, in Alalia in Haute-Corse, Corsica.
The property is located on the plateau of Aghione, flanked by the montains.