Palazzo di Varignana


An ambitious agronomic project began in 2015 leading to the redevelopment of the area through the restoration of large portions of uncultivated land and ancient native cultivars. Today, we boast the largest olive grove in all of Emilia-Romagna which extends over 150 hectares of farmland.

Our love and respect for the local area led us to choose the most representative olive cultivars of Emilia-Romagna, such as Ghiacciola and Nostrana di Brisighella which, together with the Frantoio and Leccino varieties, make up about half of all the oil crops. The other half of the olive groves belong to cultivars from central Italy such as Maurino and Leccio del Corno.

Such a variety produces a collection of excellent extra virgin olive oils and comprises three monocultivars – Claterna, Vargnano, and Stiffonte – and two blends – Blu and Verde. Our oils stand out for their great complexity, aromatic and gustatory balance, and excellent ingredients from an integrated farm-to-table supply chain, all expressing all our deep love for nature.


Palazzo di Varignana

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