Extra Virgin Olive Oil Nocellara Etnea - PGI Sicily

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Nocellara Etnea - PGI Sicily

Regular price £9.95 Save £0.00
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Nocellara Etna - PGI Sicily

Obtained from the olives grown on the Mount Etna volcano. This Extra Virgin Olive Oil presents on the palate an intense aroma of tomatoes combined with notes of artichokes and lemongrass. Best raw to be used with salads or fish (marinades).
Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians

Technical Specifications
Typology: Extra Virgin Olive Oil P.G.I. Sicily
Monocultivar in purity: Nocellara Etnea
Colour: intense golden yellow with light green tones
Perfume: strong notes of green tomato, artichoke and almond
Taste: intense and sweet with almond notes
Appearance: veiled

P.G.I. Sicilia: MIPAAF

Nutritional value
Energy 824KCal / 3,389Kj
Fats 92g
- of which saturates 14g


Suitable for vegetarians. Free from additives, colouring and preservatives


Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight

Delivery Information
We deliver throughout England, Wales, Scotland with the exception of The Scottish Highlands & Islands, Norther Ireland, The Isles of Scilly and The Isle of Man.

All of our deliveries are sent from our warehouse partner in East Sussex UK, where the products are collected, packed and shipped. We deliver your order in a box via our preferred courier DHL, although in some rare cases we may use a different courier.

Delivery Instructions
Once the order has been shipped you’ll receive the tracking number to check the status of the shipping via the DHL website tracking page.

All deliveries must be signed for. If specified, deliveries can be left with your neighbours upon signature.

If no one is available to accept the delivery, an email/card notification is sent to you, letting you know that DHL tried to deliver the goods.
DHL will try and re-deliver again up to 2 times, starting from the following day.

Should no one be at home, the parcel will be available for collection from the closest DHL depot. Information on the depot location can be found on the DHL communication left after the third delivery attempt (usually via card or email/text notification).

Should you need to re-arrange the delivery please follow the DHL link here.

Delivery time
Orders are processed within 24 hours after they are placed. 
We deliver next day all orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday*. 
We cannot guarantee next day delivery for orders placed after 3pm (in this case, delivery might take place within 48 hours from order confirmation).

*Orders placed on Friday within 3pm will be delivered on the next available working day (usually Monday unless Bank Holiday)
*Orders placed after 3pm on Friday will be picked up by our courier on the next available working day and delivered the following working day from the pick up date (e.g. an order received at 4pm on Friday will be picked up by DHL on the following Monday and delivered on Tuesday). Pick up and delivery dates might differ due to Bank Holidays.

COVID impact
In rare cases our couriers might not be able to deliver goods next day. 
Due to Covid pandemic, consumer demand has been extremely challenging. Should any delay impact your order, please refer to the DHL tracking system here to locate the delivery.
For any further enquiry on deliveries or parcel location you can also email Eat Amore on contact@eatamore.co.uk. Our customer service will respond as soon as possible. 

Delivery Prices
Free delivery on all orders from £60 and above.
For orders below £60 a £6.95 delivery charge applies (minimum order £30)

For more information please refer to our Terms and Conditions following the link here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review Write a review


A fruity aroma on the nose with hints of green tomato, grass leaf, almond or even thistle and artichoke. Medium to high fruitiness, quite spicy and a little bitter on the taste and aftertaste

how to taste

olive types

Monocultivar Nocellara Etnea. This is not an easy variety to grow due to the fact that the seedlings find it very difficult to generate roots. Its plants are able to resist well to the lack of water and adapt in low and quite high altitudes. The olives have large size and elliptical and slightly asymmetrical shape

learn more

Born in the flames of a volcano

Grown in a hostile environment to become a unique and rare extra virgin olive oil

product origin

The altitude combined with the volcanic soil give to this type of olives rare characteristics. Once pressed, the result is a precious oil that presents a unique aromatic profile enriched by all the typical scents from the Mount Etna. On the palate the sweetness of ripe tomato prevails accompanied by a pleasant note of fresh grass. Harvested between October and November, olives are hand picked and pressed at cold temperature

try it with...

discover the recipe