~ La Bodega Jamon Serrano Sliced ham
~ Capa Negra Iberico de Bellota, Paleta (36 months)
~ Laudes Iberico de Bellota, Bone-In Jamon (36 months)
~ La Bodega Espana VShape Serrano Jamon (Boneless)
~ Capa Negra Iberico de Bellota, Jamon (36 months)
~ Seleccion Lamb Chops Bone-In
~ Iberian Tenderloin
~ Corumbel and Rubio Anada 1965 8 °
~ Corumbel and Rubio Anada 1965 8 °
~ Iberian Fore Loin (Secreto Iberico)
~ Olivalle - Extra Virgin Olive Oil (organic)
~ Olivalle - Extra Virgin Olive Oil (organic)
~ Luis Felipe Brandy Gran Reserva
~ Rioja Reserva 2006, Marques del Atrio
~ Llopart Rose Brut 2009
~ SEÑORIO DE ANDIÓN 2002
~ Porkus Crianza Rioja 2008
/ Organic & Healthy
Organic Olive Oil
Olive oil has been used for cooking in Mediterranean countries for centuries, and over time its popularity has spread across the globe. Choosing organic will ensure that you are getting the best out of the oil without the addition of unnatural additives.

Organic olive oil is frequently "cold pressed," which means that the actual process of extracting the oil from the olives themselves is carried out by squashing them between two large stone rollers. This is a more effective way to separate the oil and keep the process as natural as possible without the use of machines.

As organic olives are grown without the use of additives, they tend to have a much richer taste and color that makes them stand out over their non-organic counterparts. The "first pressed" types of organic olive oils, such as extra virgin, are usually also the more expensive to buy as they undergo the least amount of processing.
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