Kangaroo Valley Olives

Kangaroo Valley Olives
110 Cedar Springs Road
Kangaroo Valley , NSW 2577
Australia


Description
Kangaroo Valley Olives is a small, boutique olive producer, made up of five olive producers united under one label, Kangaroo Valley Olives.

Varieties include Kalamata, Jumbo Kalamata, Manzanillo, Frantoio, Paragon, Koroneiki, Corrigiola, Ligurian and Nevillo Blanco.

Single estate varietals - our olives are picked early season to produce a pungent and vibrant EVOO - green in colour and exhibiting a strong pepper finish. Our signature EVOOs are an excellent finishing oil - drizzle sparingly.

For our Premium EVOOs, select olives varieties are chosen by our Master Blender to produce exceptional extra virgin olive oils with fresh fruity flavours, grassy aromas and hints of pepper, ensuring a well balanced finish.

Our infused EVOOS, are ideally suited to use when flavour enhancement of dishes is required - available in single, double and triple infused.

Altogether the olive groves compose of 2,400 trees rooted on the rich volcanic soils of Kangaroo Valley. From green to purple to black, each olive has been hand-harvested and left whole.

As well as pressing their own olives, Kangaroo Valley offers contract processing to other olive groves.

Plant and Capacity
Oliomio, 0.05t/hr

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Kangaroo Valley Olives
Brenda Sambrook
PO Box 6142
Kangaroo Valley NSW 2577
Australia
Kangaroo Valley Olives Brenda Sambrook
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Kangaroo Valley Olives is a small, boutique olive producer, made up of five olive producers united under one label, Kangaroo Valley Olives.

It produces premium quality extra virgin olive oil, infused olive oils and table olives, grown and processed in Kangaroo Valley.

Varieties include Jumbo Kalamata, Manzanillo, Frantoio, Paragon, Koroneiki, Corrigiola, Ligurian, and Nevillo Blanco.

Altogether the olive groves compose of 2,400 trees rooted on the rich volcanic soils of Kangaroo Valley. From green to purple to black, each olive has been hand-harvested and left whole.


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