Monovarietal of Rosciola dei Colli Esini
From the Rosciola dei Colli Esini an oil with a light harmonic fruity, with a characteristic floral scent, is obtained.
Rosciola dei Colli Esini is a typical variety of the Ancona area. It is widespread especially in the hinterland of the Province of Ancona and in particular in the hills around Jesi. It is a medium vigor tree, the color of the fruits is tendentially light green. During the maturation phase, the cheek turns purple-red. The yield is poor, but the oil is of excellent quality.
From the Rosciola dei Colli Esini an oil with a light harmonic fruity is obtained, with a characteristic floral scent, basically sweet, light yellow in color. It has a strong flavor in the vegetal sensations, prevailing scent of fresh almond and light sensations of grass and artichoke with a spicy hint.
It has a straw yellow color with green reflections. Color is not a quality index, but depends on the variety of olives. Rosciola oil is basically light yellow.
It is a very balanced and delicate oil. It is particularly suitable for medium consistency dishes, fish soups and raw vegetables. It is preferred by those who do not like bitter and spicy.
How to conserve
The rule applies to any type of cultivar: it must be kept in a dry place at a temperature not exceeding 18/20 degrees. Once the package is opened (can or bag in box) it is advisable to transfer the oil into smaller containers so that it is as little as possible in contact with oxygen. It must be protected from light (do not use transparent bottles), from air and heat. The oil absorbs odors so it is better not to use oil cruets and always close the bottle or can. It is important to know that the deadline (18 months from bottling) is only indicative. After this date, the oil does not become harmful and therefore can be used without any risk to health. However, it loses the intensity and fragrance of aromas and flavors.
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