Non-irrigated plants, treatments according to agro-homeopathic protocol
ASPECT & amp; COLOR
Partly centenary olive trees, partly about 10/20 years old
From the middle October to mid November
Strong, fruity, herbaceous and almondy aroma. Slightly bitter and spicy taste.
Cold mechanical processes
Very versatile, suitable for both raw and cooked preparations, vegetables and salads. Perfect for grilled fish and for the preparation of salmoriglio and dips.
Stainless steel tank for decanting, then bottled
Four sisters and a century-old history of wine and extra virgin olive oil: this is the heart of the agricultural family business Le Sette Aje (Santa Margherita di Belice). The company is located in the Belice valley, an area of Sicily with a vocation for great wines and great olive oils, on land that has belonged to the family since 1916, when Rosalia's great-grandfather, Cristina, Agata and Gabriella bought them
from a wealthy landowner. Today the four sisters manage with passion for the family business, under the watchful eye of their father Leonardo, their mother Nina and their grandmother Rosalia.
The extra virgin olive oil produced by Le Sette Aje is strongly rooted in the territory of origin: the Nocellara del Belice variety, a very valuable cultivar among
the Sicilian indigenous varieties. The company applies the agro-homeopathic protocol, promoting sustainable agriculture that does not pollute the environment. This method allows to protect the natural resistance of the plant, minimizing the need for external help from man,
and the nutraceutical properties of its fruits. The Seven Aje is a story of passion, family and tradition that Boniviri is proud to tell you.
Boniviri follows the producers during all the cultivation processes, working together with them to guarantee quality and
sustainability. For this reason, it is developing a shared protocol and a digital platform useful for mapping the productivity performances and attention to the environment of the partner companies of the project.