L’olivicoltura dei “Monti della Daunia“

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Marzo
11 2010

L’olivicoltura dei “Monti della Daunia“

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Nell’area dei “Monti Dauni“ , l’olivicoltura costituisce un elemento caratterizzante del territorio.

L’estensione del sub-appenino comporta una variabile delle colture in funzione delle condizioni climatiche.

Le cure culturali sono accurate mentre le raccolta , unicamente a mano , avviene per brucatura o pettinatura direttamente dagli alberi.

Le caratteristiche sensoriali dell’olio d’oliva dei “Monti Dauni“ sono molto apprezzate grazie al profumo fruttato al sapore dolce ,a cui si associa un leggero retrogusto di amaro e piccante ,tale da renderlo adattabile a tutte le pietanze più gustose della cucina mediterranea.

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