Umbrian Extra Virgin Olive Oil since 1955

The extra virgin olive oil

Sabatini extra virgin olive oil is obtained from fine native olives grown in lower Umbria, in the municipalities of Stroncone and Narni. Here the climate is particularly favorable, the average height of the land 550 meters above sea level, the hilly and stony nature makes them light and permeable, allowing the expansion of the roots and therefore stronger and more resistant plants.

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Our Cultivar

FRANTOIO

Frantoio Olives


It is self-fertile, but benefits from cross-pollination. It blooms at the same time as that of the Leccino and Moraiolo cultivars. She has a low ovarian abortion (about 10%). It starts fruiting early and has a high and constant productivity. Sensitivity to winter frosts is medium. Susceptibility to fly and peacock eye is medium, while that to mange is high. The rhizogenic aptitude of the cuttings is high.
MORAIOLO

Moraiolo Olives


It is self-sterile, therefore it needs a pollinating cultivar. It blooms substantially at the same time as that of the Frantoio and Leccino cultivars. She has a limited ovarian abortion (<25%). It starts fruiting early and has a high and constant productivity. It has a good ability to adapt to situations of limited water availability, which are often found in some olive growing areas of the Region, characterized by shallow, loose and rich in skeleton soils. Sensitivity to winter frosts is high. Susceptibility to fly is low, to mange is medium and to peacock eye is high. The rhizogenic attitude of the cuttings is medium.
FRANTOIO

Leccino Olives


It is self-sterile, therefore it needs a pollinating cultivar. It blooms at the same time as that of the Frantoio and Moraiolo cultivars. She has a low ovarian abortion (<15%). It starts fruiting early. It has a rather high and constant productivity. Sensitivity to winter frosts is low. Susceptibility to the fly is medium, while that to mange and peacock eye is low. The rhizogenic aptitude of the cuttings is medium-high.