How Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Is Made In Greece | Regional Eats

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The Messinia region in the Peloponnese, Greece, produces what is considered the finest olive oil in the world. It’s made from the Koroneiki olive, a small but rich and aromatic olive. Together with a cold extraction and a slow fermentation process, Koroneiki olive oil tastes like no other — a true nectar of the gods. We follow olive-oil taster Dimitra Mathiopoulou at her family’s olive groves and mill to find out how Koroneiki olive oil is harvested and extracted.

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How Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Is Made In Greece | Regional Eats

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