Chilean Olive Oils
The first olive trees came from Sevilla to western Indias (caribbean) and later they spread throughout the continent. In 1560 Mexico already had olive trees crops and later they expanded to Prue, California, Argentina and Chile. Domestic Chilean olive industry was formed in 1952, by Canepa family, however the modern approach to olive cultivation has gain popularity around 90's. While most of the agricultural activities of the country is in the central valley the fast growing olive industry are out spreading to Limari in the north as well as Bio Bio River in the south. Spanish Arbequina is dominated variety in all areas followed by Arobosna, Frantoio, Leccino and small percentage of Picual and Koroneiki. Aromatic quality of our hand selected Chilean olive oils is due to pure microclimate of the region topped with most advanced technological method being used in milling process.