Our organic extra virgin olive oil is the simple result of pressing a fruit: the olive.

An extraordinarily natural essence, the result of an exciting journey, of an ancient art, an expression and precise testimony of love and devotion to the culture of the land, deep roots to which entire civilisations have clung, those of the olive tree.

Welcome to the website of Podere Porziola!

In this site you can find all the information about a small farm in the Bolognese Apennines, the Podere Porziola, managed with love and passion by the Manara family in harmony with the territory and with a great desire, that of producing quality artisan oil.

The history of Podere Porziola

I inherited from my parents a small farm in Sasso Marconi, called “Porziola”, which is about seven hectares in size and cultivated for five…

Our Territory

Sasso Marconi is a town situated about 15 km south of Bologna, in the first hilly area of the Bolognese Apennines

We are committed to giving you the best

Porziola Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced exclusively from olives grown on our farm, from olive trees cultivated on land without the use of any pesticides of chemical derivation and refers to methods of cultivation and production that use only natural substances: any substance of chemical synthesis, such as fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides are avoided as they cause serious alterations to the natural habitat that would severely affect the wholesomeness and authenticity of the food.

We have selected the best cultivars in our area

ARPO advised us to plant cold-resistant varieties of olive trees, such as the Nostrana di Brisighella, which produces one of the region’s finest oils.

We believe in organic because we respect the environment

Choosing an organic oil of 100% Italian origin means supporting local producers and choosing a healthy, certified and quality product.

Discover the characteristics of our Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Visually distinguished by its cleanliness and transparency, its aromas can range from grass, to almond, to artichoke.