Palmerini Family

A pure extra virgin olive oil, born from centuries-old olive groves enclosed by historic dry stone walls built with great skill by grandfather Pio Palmerini, located around the medieval walls of Sermoneta (LT), a town overlooking the Agro Pontino, one of the most renowned that offers the optimal soil and climatic conditions that make it unique.

Our cultivar is Itrana, which stands out for its elegant, balanced taste with hints of green tomato and freshly cut balsamic and wild herbs, delicate, spicy and bitter, full of harmonious flavors.

PALmERINI 1931 x12


PALmERINI 1931 x6



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A prized and high quality extra virgin olive oil harvested and milled to preserve the rarest organoleptic characteristics.

Our Story:

Since the early 1900s, the Palmerini family has resided in the ancient village of Sermoneta, where the castle stands majestically over the village, one of the most intact monuments of ancient medieval architecture in Lazio. Here he dedicated himself to the cultivation of olives and the production of extra virgin olive oil, the primary source of livelihood for the Pontine hills.

With a lot of passion, the grandparents have passed on knowledge and tradition to future generations, allowing the creation of an extra virgin olive oil of the highest quality that reflects the values of the past in the purity and naturalness of the product.

Even today our ancient olive trees enclosed by dry stone walls, built by hand by Pio, are able to guarantee the quality and excellence of our oil.
In fact, dry stone walls feed the natural biodiversity of the flora and fauna of our land.

"Olive oil is an elixir of life, a medicine for the body and a blessing for the soul."


"The dry stone wall" in 2018 included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a particular type of wall built with stone blocks arranged without any type of binder which performs an important function of geomorphological stabilization of the slopes to which is also added that of an element capable of preserving the ecological integrity of the territory.

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