The trees- being some of them
more than 500 years old- are constantly surveilled. Once
matured, the recolection is made with great care, trying
not to jeopardize the quality
of the future oil. Strokes or cuts in the olive would
accelerate the oxidation process or even fermentation
of the olive, with disastrous consequences on the quality
of the oil.
Posteriorly, the olives
are moltured on cold in extremely clean conditions. Low
acidity is an essecial factor for the oil to be more flavorous
and better tasting. To obtain a litre of this oil, ten
from twelve kilos of olives are necessary.