I Grandi Oli Magazine January 2023
We are finally online with the first issue of the magazine entirely dedicated to the world of extra virgin olive oil.
In 2023, the magazine specialized in the oil sector comes to life to give a voice to the various players in the entire supply chain.
A magazine born from the mind of I Grandi Vini, which decided to give further dignity and prestige to the oil sector, with a sector magazine dedicated to the Italian excellences of the evo world.
LE PRANDINE, AN ITALIAN EXCELLENCE ON THE VERONESE SIDE OF LAKE GARDA
The concept of harmony between excellent quality: “Le Prandine” oils are qualified among the ‘medium fruity’, with a great balance in taste and harmony. «Our production is represented, first of all, by oil Garda Dop “Le Prandine”, which comes only from the production of our olive grove. We also have our own oil 100% Italian “Libra” and, just commercialized, the 100% italian “Golden Dream”, obtained mainly from the ‘leccino’ variety», continues the company founder. Among the company’s core values there are the preservation of the territory, the deep respect of cultivation techniques based on the preservation of the ecosystem and the dissemination of culture and awareness towards an excellent product. Products and landscape is the perfect combination behind the company’s production that, among its main values, has the preservation of the territory. Located on the Veronese shore of Lake Garda, “Le Prandine” company represents the territorial excellence of local extra virgin olive oil. The area, particularly favourable for climate and olive cultivation, gives rise to products of the highest quality. Olive cultivation on Lake Garda has a thousand-year tradition: the “Casaliva” is a native plant of the territory. Thanks to the composition of the soil, this plant produces a fruit: its oil reaches extremely high quality levels of taste, delicacy and harmony. «“Le Prandine” project was born from the will and commitment to recover and enhance historic olive groves. We developed the idea in 2017, with the acquisition of the first land and the progressive recovery of semi-abandoned plants, we are happy to have developed this initiative», said Giovanni Morselli, the company’s founder and CEO. «We have taken great care and attention in the recovery of the plants. Now our fields are kept like gardens and plants are treated with cultural techniques that have the respect of the environment as first and essential element».Starting from 2022 the cultivations extend on about eight hectares, with over 2500 plants. The company’s production is characterised by
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