The olive tree is a characteristic element of the Mediterranean countryside and was cultivated in the Sabina area even before the birth of Rome.
Sabina oil production was already mentioned in the 1st century BC by several Latin sources. In the following century, every Roman villa in the territory had a large quantity of oil in their storerooms.
The olive is a plant that characterises the Sabina countryside and the oil it produces is Extra Virgin, DOC, yellow-gold with a fruity taste.
Sabina oil is a healthy condiment that is pleasing to the palate and justly deserving of its precious status.