Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
100% organic extra virgin olive oil, produced in Puglia, Italy. This blend of olive oil is made using local Coratina olives, grown on the centuries-old trees of family farms in Puglia, hand-picked, pressed, and bottled on site.
Sardel olive oil has a unique balance of spice, fruitiness, and bitterness, which will enhance and accent the flavors of pretty much anything you’re cooking. Not all extra-virgin olive oil is equal. Trust us when we say we’ve found the best. The truth is in the taste.
SIZE / 500ML / 16.9 OZ
INGREDIENTS / 100% USDA Certified Organic Extra Virgin Pressed Olive Oil
High in antioxidants; strong anti-inflammatory properties
At Interior Monologue, we believe handmade is the best made. Our mission is to provide a collection of makers that you can trust – handmade excellence and ethical production. We think it’s important to understand who made the things we love. Our hope is that this collection connects you directly with our favorite makers and their one of a kind stories.
Not all extra-virgin olive oil is equal. Many companies mix their oil with vegetable or canola oils, import low-quality olives from other countries, and just simply say that their olive oil is extra virgin even when it isn’t. Sardel provides only 100% extra virgin olive oil. Their supply chain is important to them, which is why all of their olives are grown on a family-owned farm in Puglia, Italy, hand-picked, pressed hours later, and bottled on-site.
MAKER STORY: Sardel
Three brothers founded Sardel because they believe that preparing meals should be as simple and rewarding as eating them. Their designs answer a craving for a return to a simpler time when home cooking wasn’t so serious, expensive, or intimidating. I’m always a sucker for a family business, but Sardel reaches beyond their immediate brotherly trio, partnering with small, family businesses all across Italy. They inspire modern functionality, grounded in ancient tradition.
The family of Sardel’s olive oil partner started farming on wheat fields in the 1920s in their small town in Puglia, Italy. Then they introduced olive groves to their farm in the 1970s. By 1998, they received their USDA organic farming certificate, transitioning towards a more sustainable and natural approach to their farming techniques.
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, shouldn’t it be treated as such? Sardel is aiming to build a brand that actually helps people in the kitchen, encouraging us to feel comfortable with their cookware and empowered by our flavor.