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Azienda Agricola Centani

Business TypeManufacturer
Main MarketsNorth America
Product/ServiceArtisanal Italian extra virgin olive oil from the province of Rome. The Oil is produced on the grounds of the Roman Emperor Hadrian's villa.
Business Owner
EmployeesLess than 5 People

Company Introduction

Azienda Agricola Centani is a small family business that is seeking to export its fine Italian olive oil to the United States. The Centani property sits on the grounds of the famous Villa Adriana, the Roman Emperor Hadrian's famous estate within the province of Rome.

The Centani's hand-pick Brocanica, Montanese, Carboncella, and Rosciola olives from centenary groves (i.e. over 100 years old) to produce Olio di Adriano, an extra virgin olive oil that, in addition to manual coltivation, benefits from a mechanical cold-pressing that maintains the fruit's quality during processing.

Olio di Adriano has a fruity aroma that accompanies Mediterranean dishes well, and the oil will almost assuredly receive a DOP (denominazione di origine protetta)designation in the fall of 2004, attesting to the oil's purity of place and high quality ingredients.

Aside from its flavor, Olio di Adriano should be noted for its particular provenance. As an olive oil produced in the province of Rome, it would be a rarity in a U.S. market that is otherwise dominated by French and Tuscan olive oils. Further, Azienda Agricola Centani's location on the grounds of the Villa Adriana lends Olio di Adriano another dimension that separates it from other olive oils, a peculiarity that could allow it to stand out in the discerning consumer's mind.

Contact Information

Contact PersonMr. Brandon Schneider
Fax Number001-949-2182650
Post Code00019
AddressStrada S. Vittorino, Tivoli, Roma, Italy
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