Kangaroo Valley Olives News
Harvest 2012 is over. This year’s limited release extra virgin olive oil promises to be spectacular. Every year’s harvest is different and this year for our limited release selection, KVO has blended an oil mainly comprising Corregiola and Leccino varieties, which has (read more by clicking on title)
12 noon til 5pm at the Berry School Of Arts Building, 19 Alexandra Street Berry
SHOALHAVEN WINES AND FOOD ON SHOW
The Berry Show Society’s 11th annual Wine and Food Showcase, to be held on Show Saturday, 2 February 2013, is always a wonderful, upbeat event and will again feature the area’s speciality wines and food.
A diverse range of products will be available: such as fabulous wines, interesting ports and liquors, cheeses, olives, gourmet meats (such as free-range pork products and alpaca), hand-made chocolate and fudges, jams, coffee, cakes and much more.
There will be demonstrations,
New Bottles for Oils: Our lovely Solitude bottles are becoming increasingly difficult to source. Being a boutique producer, the quantities we order are not large and as shipments come from Italy, we are often left at the bottom of the list. To ensure supply of our delicious oils, we have decided to change to another high quality dark green bottle, Dorica. We hope you are all happy with the change which will allow us to keep our stock available and you will continue to purchase our premium quality oils direct through the website.
110 Cedar Springs Road,
For the last three years, Kangaroo Valley Olives has been based at leased premises in Nugents Creek Road. Now Kangaroo Valley Olives will have its own home. Construction has (read more by clicking on title)
The eagerley awaited Hawkesbury Harvest Farm Gate trail featuring the South Coast and 23 local farmers, growers and providores including Kangaroo Valley Olives was launched on June 27th, 2011.
Kangaroo Valley Olives was delighted to be part of the wedding day of Alex and Angus in February. The ceremony and reception were held at Cupitt’s Winery with a Tuscan theme carried through from the bride’s beautiful dress through to the setting and and wedding guest gifts.
Our relaunch at the 2011 Shoalhaven Food and Wine Show showcasing our new product lines and eco-friendly, low-carbon footprint packaging was a major success.
The biennial Arts in the Valley held in May brought hundreds of art and music patrons to Kangaroo Valley. Local produce was attractively packaged into gift packs and available for sale at a Stall set up in the centre of the Village.
Article by Simply Lush on Kangaroo Valley.
The valley is one of the few places in Australia where premium Olive oil is produced. Kangaroo Valley Olives, grows some of the finest olives in the world, selling them on their own and as olive oil. You can visit the olive groves and the Cellar Door and sample some of the best olives and olive oil in the world. Tours and Cellar Door visits are by appointment only, but the owners are very welcome to guests.