Santa Armosa Launches New “Great Extra-Virgin Olive Oils” by Intini

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Santa Armosa, LLC, NJ-based distributor of wines and olive oils from the South of Italy, continues its commitment to high quality with the launch in the U.S. market of a new line of prestigious monocultivar extra-virgin olive oils by Intini – Picholine and Cima di Mola. These exquisite gourmet olive oils are now available online on

Intini’s Picholine Extra-virgin Olive Oil comes from Apulia, Italy and has a rich taste, with a predominance of artichokes, together with subtle nuances of mustard plants, green tomatoes and herbs. This extra-virgin olive oil is delicate on the palate, with a pleasant blend of bitter and peppery finishes.

The Picholine cultivar is extremely high in Polyphenol, which have a proved antioxidant action. This extra-virgin olive oil is, as a result, especially healthy.

Also available now is Intini’s Cima di Mola Extra-Virgin Olive Oil. Cima di Mola is a cultivar that originates in the Itria Valley, Apulia, Italy. It is now almost extinct, given the high costs of the harvesting, as the olives have to be necessarily picked by hand.

This unique and exquisite extra-virgin olive oil has a robust taste, with a predominance of nuts, together with subtle nuances of arugula and tomato leaves. It pairs well with soups and red meats.

Both products represent the excellence in olive oil making. Santa Armosa LLC was established in 2009 to respond to growing customers demand for high-quality and authentic olive oils and wines. These olive oils have been awarded countless prizes, with the Cima di Mola being endorsed by the Slow Food Association as "Great Olive Oil".

Both Picholine and Cima di Mola Monocultivar are available in 17 Fl. Oz. bottles. An innovative packaging system preserves the freshness of these olive oils. Quantities are extremely limited and can be purchased online exclusively through Also available on Intini’s Affiorato Extra-virgin Olive Oil.

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