OLIO TOSCANO PGI EN


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The extra virgin olive oil Toscano becomes part of the official list of typical Italian products with the certification PGI (protected geographical indication) that was issued on 21 March 1998.
Although it is the only oil PGI certification requires that the entire production process should be made in the Tuscany region.
The geographical indication Toscano, may be accompanied by one of the following additional geographical indications: “Seggiano”, “Colline Lucchesi”, “Hills of Lunigiana”, “Hills of Arezzo,” Colline Senesi “,” Colline di Firenze “,” Montalbano “and” Monti Pisani “.
The protected geographical indication Tuscan, without any additional geographical, must be obtained from the following varieties of olives, alone or together, in the groves: American, Arancino, Cherry, Frantoio, Bunch, Gremignolo, Coarse, Larcianese, Lazzero, Leccino, Holm Horn, Leccione, Madonna of, Marzio, Maurino, Melaiolo, Pinky, Moraiolo, Morchiaio, Olivastra Seggianese, Pendolino, Pescia, Weeping, Awl, Razzaio, Rossellini, Rossello, St. Francis, St. Catherine, Scarlinese, Flan and their synonyms. They can also other varieties up to a maximum of 5%.
The additional geographical “Seggiano” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from olives from the olive groves compounds by the variety Olivastra Seggianese. They are also allowed olives of other varieties used as pollinators in the olive groves to a maximum of 5%.
The additional geographical “Colline Lucchesi” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from olives of the following varieties: Frantoio Frantoiana or up to 90%, Leccino up to 20%. They can also compete olives of other varieties of olive trees in the groves to a maximum of 15%.
The additional geographical “Hills of Lunigiana” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from olives of the following varieties: Frantoio Frantoiana or up to 90%, Leccino up to 20%. They can also compete olives of other varieties of olive trees in the groves to a maximum of 15%.
The additional geographical “Colline di Arezzo” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from the following varieties, alone or together, in the groves for at least I’85%: Frantoio, Moraiolo and Leccino. They can also other varieties in a maximum of 15%.
The additional geographical “Colline Senesi” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from the following varieties, alone or together, in the groves for at least 85%: Correggiole or Frantoio, Moraiolo, Leccino, Olivastra. May contribute up to a maximum of 15% of the varieties: Maurino, Pendolino, Morchiaio, Pinky, along with other native varieties.
The additional geographical “Colline di Firenze” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from the following varieties, alone or together, in the olive groves up to 100%: Frantoio, Moraiolo, Leccino, Pendolino, Holm Horn, Madonna dell ‘Impruneta, Morchiaio, Maurino, Weeping, Pescia, and their synonyms. Other varieties can be as long as native, in a maximum of 15% such as: American, Arancino, Cherry, Cluster, Gremignolo, Coarse, Larcianese, Lazzero, Leccione, Marzio, Melaiolo, Pinky, Olivastra Seggianese, Awl, Razzalo, Rossellini, Rossello , St. Francis, St. Catherine, Scarlinese, Flan and their synonyms.
The additional geographical “Montalbano” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from the following varieties, alone or together, in the olive groves up to 100%: Leccino, Moraiolo, Frantoio, Pendolino, Rossellino, Weeping and their synonyms.
The additional geographical “Monti Pisani” is reserved for extra virgin olive oil Toscano obtained from the following varieties, alone or jointly, up to 85% in the olive groves: Frantoio, Moraiolo, Leccino, Rocket. , May also contribute up to a maximum of 40% other varieties.
Olives for the production of extra virgin olive oil Toscano PGI must be produced in the Region of Tuscany.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with Protected Geographical Indications Toscano must have the following characteristics:
– Color: from green to golden yellow color change over time;
– Odor: fruity accompanied by hints of almonds, artichokes, other ripe fruit, green leaf;
– Taste: fruity marked;
– Total maximum acidity not exceeding 0.6 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Toscano Seggiano” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: gold;
– Smell: good with light fragrance;
– Taste: light fruity;
– Total maximum acidity not exceeding 0.5 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Toscano Colline Lucchesi” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: golden yellow with shades of green;
– Smell: light fruity;
– Flavor: slightly spicy with intense feeling of sweet;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.6 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Toscano Lunigiana” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: golden yellow with shades of green;
– Smell: light fruity;
– Flavor: slightly spicy with intense feeling of sweet;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.6 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Tuscan Hills of Arezzo” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: deep green load to yellow with hints of color green;
– Aroma: fruity;
– Flavor: spicy and slightly bitter that fades with time. Lingering aftertaste;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.5 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Tuscan Hills Senesi” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: green more or less intense tones greenish yellow;
– Odor: fruity;
– Taste: rather spicy and slightly bitter with slight hints of herbs;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.5 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Tuscan Hills of Florence” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: from green to golden yellow color change over time;
– Odor: fruity accompanied by hints of almonds, artichokes, other ripe fruit, green leaf;
– Taste: fruity medium to marked;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.5 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Toscano Montalbano” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: from green to golden yellow color change over time;
– Odor: fruity accompanied by hints of almonds, artichokes, other ripe fruit, green leaf;
– Taste: fruity with spicy perception;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.5 grams per 100 grams of oil.
When released for consumption the extra virgin olive oil with protected geographical indication “Toscano Monti Pisani” must have the following characteristics:
– Color: golden yellow with shades of green;
– Smell: light fruity;
– Taste: fruity with a slight sense of spicy and intense feeling of sweet;
– Maximum total acidity not exceeding 0.6 grams per 100 grams of oil.

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