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I will never forget my first time picking olives with my nonno Domenico. Thanks to him, my family and I carried on the tradition. Since that gloomy day in November, I was fascinated with the whole process of making olive oil, from the pruning of the trees to seeing the first drop of oil coming out of the mill.

The best moment is when you get to taste the fresh olive oil on some warm home-made bread. Delicious! Amore Sabino is made with a mix of olives - the Leccino, the Carboncella and the Rosciola - giving it a smooth and buttery flavor at the front, with peppery finish at the back of your throat that builds the more you taste.

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The Sabina

The Sabina is a region 50km (31 miles) north-east of Rome, covering almost all the province of Rieti and extending along the Tiber River. Also known as "Sabinashire”, it has nothing to envy to more famous countryside regions in Italy. This area is ideal for walking, biking, horse back  riding and even trekking and exploring rivers and mountains. 

This region is named after the Sabines. They lived in two of the Seven Hills of Rome, and together with the Latins - who lived in the other hills of Rome - formed part of the population of Rome at the time of its foundation.

The Sabine Hills produce some of the best extra virgin olive oil in Italy. In fact, chronologically speaking, it's the first Italian Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) oil to gain the certification from the European Community. The rocky limestone combined with the area’s climate creates the olive oil’s low acidity and characteristic peppery taste.


The production of olives and oil is a millennial tradition in the Sabina area.


Health Benefits

Did you know that with just one spoon of olive oil a day you’re taking 15%

of the recommended daily dose of Vitamin E?


Together with the polyphenols, it helps prevent tumor and degenerative

diseases plus they protect DNA and cell membranes from free radical damage.


Olive oil also strengthens the immune system thanks to the support of

carotenoids and vitamin A and simultaneously promotes the formation of new

cells and synthesis of collagen. This helps to always have an elastic and

strong skin.

Extra virgin olive oil is considered both a food and a natural medicine.

In fact, this oil consists of 99% lipids most of them being monounsaturated fats.

The monounsaturated fats make the extra virgin olive oil a precious ally of the

cardiovascular system by keeping under control the bad cholesterol (LDL) and

enhancing the good one (HDL).


Olive oil also helps prevent hypertension, coronary heart disease and arteriosclerosis.


Last but no least, it’s ideal for lactose intolerant people because it substitutes butter! 

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