Safety and punctuality

The Olivicola Canino shipments to Italy are free for amounts over € 90.00.
The Olivicola Canino will ship with a standard insurance method, a secure box. All orders received by The Olivicola Canino will be sent as soon as possible and in any case within 10 working days, if for any reason delivery times are longer than expected The Olivicola Canino will notify the buyer by e-mail. The Olivicola Canino is exempted from any violations of the law D.Lgs. 196/2003 and subsequent amendments and additions c.d. privacy law, as the information was provided directly by the purchaser. Delivery times are dependent on the type of carrier and service selected by the buyer and in accordance with the delivery schedules set by the carrier from the moment the goods are picked up by the latter. The Olivicola Canino in compliance with Legislative Decree no. 185/1999 the maximum term for the execution of the order is thirty days (30) at the end of which the buyer will be entitled to reimbursement of the sums eventually paid. The cost of shipping is not included in the price of goods or services and is specified at the bottom of the order confirmation. The cost of shipping does not include any inventory and redelivery costs, the courier before opening a deposit will make three delivery attempts, leaving a notice and the phone number to contact. The goods can be collected by the buyer at the courier, subject to agreement with the courier. Should the goods fail to be collected and be returned to The Olivicola Canino's domicile, the purchaser will be reimbursed of the purchase amount minus the storage and delivery costs for both the outward and return journey.

Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Our Extra Virgin Olive Oil Un tesoro esclusivo della nostra terra

The environmental conditions of the olive groves, in which are grown olive varieties and clones derived Canino, Leccino, Pendolino, Maurino and Frantoio, are typical of the area and resulting necessary to confer olives and olive oil so obtained, the specific features. The Canino cultivar is a variety of plant who dates since the Etruscans and is characterized by its rich foliage, the rusticity and ease of adaptation to the soil and high productivity. The fruits are relatively small, with a hazel of low weight respect of oil content and they are highly resistant to detachment and ripen late to climb.