But unfortunately you won’t be able to get your hands on Brangie’s olive oil just yet. The vineyard‘s representative, speaking to PEOPLE, said that it’s only available in Europe right now. Delivery will be available in the U.S. in a few weeks.
The extra-virgin oil is a high-quality and cold-pressed, a blend of seven organically grown variety types (Verdale, Pichouline, Tanche, Lucques, Aglandau, Cayon, Arboussane). The oil is sold in a black stoneware bottle to keep it fresh and to ward off potential damage from UV-A and UV-B rays. The olive oil is described as smooth, with notes of almond, hazelnut and braised artichoke, with top notes of pepperiness, cut by fresh herb and a long, smooth spicy finish.