Leaving for the first time the iridescence of colors, Frantoio Muraglia explores the white lines and imprint in their ceramic jars a new unique and iconographic design, based on the geometric dichotomies of the Salento artist Pierpaolo Gaballo.
Inside, either a Medium or Intense fruity of delicious Apulian, cold pressed extra virgin olive oil. Each bottle comes with its own designed box.
Affectionately known as capatosta, a nickname that in Italian means stubborn as a mule, the Muraglia family has been looking after the land and its olive trees for over five generations, down to the tiniest detail. We not only visited their land and mill during harvest, but also the nearby workshop where the beautiful ceramic orci (the bottles) are handmade and painted. Everything at Frantoio Muraglia is state of the art, and this is without a doubt a Gold Beetle Certified™ product.
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