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NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL OLIVE OIL COMPETITION 2017 - THE CAVALLINO SPECIAL EDITION LECCIO DEL CORNO WINS GOLD MEDAL
article published on 02/05/2017
NYIOOC: New York International Olive Oil Competition is one of the world's most prestigious competitions and a showcase of great importance and prestige, which opens into the international market.
On April 27th, the prize winners were announced during a crowded ceremony attended by journalists experts in this field ,importers and restaurant representatives.
905 companies from 27 countries were judged , with 404 mono varietal labels, while 501 were blends.
Italy is the country that has received more awards 124 to be precise, including best in class, gold and silver medals, followed by Spain with 110 and the host United States with 71.
In this context, The Cavallino Special Edition Leccio del Corno has won the gold medal for the fourth consecutive year as "medium leccino from Italy". In fact, "Leccio del Corno" is a particular cultivar, while the division of the US judges only includes "Leccino" type and in the description of this oil it states: "The Salvadori family produces Il Cavallino from the rare variety of Tuscan origin Leccio del Corno. It has a high nutritional value, exquisite aroma and harmonious olive taste. "
After the recent double gold medal from Athens 2017, the bronze medal from AVPA Paris and this is another prestigious award to add to the rich billboard of Romina Salvadori's Agricultural Olive farm.