Olive Oil Mill Aperitif in Molfetta, near Bari
The tour of the olive mill, surrounded by centuries-old olive trees, is a special experience to enjoy a magic moment in contact with nature, while savouring an Apulian aperitif.
What you’ll do
- Visit the olive oil mill in Molfetta
- Enjoy the Apulian aperitif
- Take home 100 ml of EVOO
Price per person: € 25
What to expect
You will be welcomed into our oil mill in Molfetta with an excellent Italian espresso coffee. You will then meet the olive mill owner, who will introduce you to the entire production process of our olive oil, from the arrival of the olives from the field to the storage of the oil and bottling.
After the tour, you will enjoy an Apulian aperitif with bruschetta combined with our EVO oils and a glass of wine from the finest wineries in Apulia. Finally, each adult will receive a 100 ml bottle of extra virgin olive oil as a gift.
|Where||Molfetta, Bari – 35 min from Andria|
|When||Monday to Saturday
Duration 1.5 hours
|Start time||10 a.m. to 4.30 pm (Mon-Fri)
10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. (Sat)
||Italian and English|
|What’s not included||
Price per person: € 25 – minimum 2 people
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- Create your own customised tour with this olive oil mill tour in Molfetta.
The Food Expert:
We have been bringing a true “olive oil culture” to the field for years, because in our mill in Molfetta we have combined the knowledge of traditional Apulian olive oil production with state-of-the-art equipment to bring our superior quality extra virgin olive oil to the table. In our estate, we take care of one of the most loved and prized cultivars, the Coratina, with a very high percentage of polyphenols.
Cancellation policy: all bookings for this olive oil mill tour in Molfetta (55 min from Polignano a Mare) can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.
For years we have been bringing a true “olive oil culture” to the field, because in our mill we have combined the knowledge of Apulian olive oil tradition with state-of-the-art equipment to bring our superior quality extra virgin olive oil to the table.
After the harvest, the olives are immediately pressed to avoid fermentation and to keep the acidity as low as possible.
Of course, at the milling stage, the equipment used makes a difference because it allows us to keep the temperature of the machines under control and thus also of the olives and the oil.
The olive oil produced is stored in stainless steel silos at a constant temperature and under nitrogen to preserve all its organoleptic properties.