The Island of Lesvos, Greece.

The island of Lesvos, in Greece, is known for its silvery green hills where olive trees have stood since prehistoric times. Its volcanic soil has helped make the olive oil produced on the island one of the best in the world.

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Harvesting starts in early November. Olives, not yet quite ripe, are picked directly from the branch, since we do not allow them to fall to the ground. We want our olives to reach the olive press fresh, juicy and not quite 'done' yet on the very same day they were picked. Any olives that fall to the ground belong to the birds and animals living in our farm.

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Nikos, Myrta and their children have been the soul of the family firm since 1996 and they are devoted to the organic cultivation of olive trees throughout the year producing EIRINI PLOMARIOU, an award winning unfiltered organic extra virgin olive oil, which is a Protected Geographical Indication (P.G.I. Mytilini) product, certified by the European Union.