Awards


Olive Japan - Gold Award 2020

Olio Piro’s producer Anteata Frantoio wins the gold medal award at the International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition, Olive Japan, 2020, for the second time in a row.
New York IOOC - Gold Award 2020

The NYIOOC World Olive Oil Competition is the largest olive oil quality contest and as such is one of the most prestigious. Every spring in New York City, NYIOOC rewards extra virgin olive oils from around the world based on the complexity, harmony and persistence of their flavors and aromas. The list of winners of the New York competition has become the main reference for the world’s best extra virgin olive oils and their producers. Olio Piro. received the 2020 gold award at the NYIOOC.
New York IOOC - Gold Award 2019

With about one  thousand competitors from 25 to 30 countries each year,  the New York World Olive Oil Competition is the largest olive oil quality contest in the world, and also the most prestigious.  Our blend received the 2019 gold award at the NYIOOC and remains a staple in the index of the world's best olive oils.
Olive Japan - Gold Award 2019

As one of the most important markets for olive oil in the world, Japan hosts an international competition since 2011, with a panel of judges recommended by the Olive Oil Sommelier Association of Japan. It holds the highest standards of integrity and professionalism in awarding medals to the best oils from around the globe. Our blend received the gold medal at the 2019 Olive Japan competition.
London IOOC - Health Claim - Platinum Award 2018

London IOCC showcases the best olive oils in the world, selected by a panel of expert tasters, producers and biochemists. Its most coveted award, the Health Claim Award, promotes the health protective properties of the best olive oils and only takes into consideration the high phenolic olive oils of the competition. The selection combines health properties and good taste profile. In 2018, the blind results of our sample were so impressive that the gold award wasn’t enough! For the first time, the London IOOC awarded a platinum medal. This was the beginning of Anteata Frantoio’s Olio Piro…