Evoo Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Evvo Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Patistis - Extra Virgin Olive Oil - Natural - Pelio, Greece - Organic - Eklektikon

Pure, polyphenol rich, organic and unfiltered olive oil, from centenarian mountain trees of the “Amfissis” variety.

  • Grower: Patistis Wines
  • Acidity: 0.30%
  • Total Polyphenols: 318 mg/kg
  • Bottle: 500ml
  • Farming: Certified organic rain fed olive grove, early harvest, manually with electric sticks and stored in 21 kg crates.
  • Production: Press on same day, 30 minutes malaxation, cold press, decanting in 3-phase decanter, natural settlement, bottling.
  • Notes: Well balanced Extra Virgin Olive Oil with medium fruity intensity and a delicate bitter, medium pungent aftertaste. Someone can spot the characteristic variety aromas of green almond, tomato leaves, grass and radichio as well as other aromas like thyme, lemon, pepper, green banana which derive from the terroir blend of Patistis’ groves.
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  • Certified Organic
  • Climate: Cold Winter, sunny Summer, low temperatures at harvest
  • Soil: Sandy clay, sandy clay loam, clay loam
  • Olive tree age: Planted in 1963
  • Altitude: 150m
  • Slope: 3-5 %
  • Planting density: 120 olive trees / ha
  • Yield: 40 kg / olive tree
  • Irrigation: Rain fed
  • Spraying: Organic
  • Harvesting: Manually with electric sticks and stored in 21 kg crates


  • Maceration: None (direct press)
  • Pressing: 3-stage cold extraction
  • Temperature Control: Cold extraction
  • Maturation: None
  • Clarification: None
  • Filtration: Natural Segmentation
  • Production: 1,500 lt
  • Acidity: 0.30%
  • Total Polyphenols: 318 mg/kg
  • Certification: Organic
  • Bottle: 500ml

Andreas Patistis is an organic grower in the village of Argalasti, on the mountain of Pelion, where he grows vines and olives organically, in a picturesque landscape of polyculture. Andreas is experimenting with very long elevage and solera aging, making singular zero/zero wines that reflect the beauty of the mythical mount Pelion. He is mainly focusing on the Assyrtiko and Xinomavro varieties, with some Roditis and Limnio as well.

Argalasti is built on a fertile plain, 40 km southeast of Volos, at a mid-altitude of 250 meters above sea level. It serves as an important tourist center in the region, boasting a rich cultural tradition.
The legendary Mount Pelion, named after King Peleus, father of Achilles, was the home of Chiron the Centaur, tutor to mythical Greek heroes. It played a role in the marriage of Thetis and Peleus, an event linked to the Trojan War. The mythological narrative adds a touch of intrigue to the natural wonders of Pelion.
Nestled in the southeastern part of Thessaly, Greece, Pelion is a captivating mountain resembling a hook-shaped peninsula between the Pagasetic Gulf and the Aegean Sea. Springs, gorges, and rivulets carve the landscape, sustaining villages with thriving orchards. Pelion enchants tourists year-round with its hiking trails, stone paths leading to scenic springs, coves, and numerous beaches surrounded by vibrant green slopes. During winter, its snowy peaks become a playground for skiing enthusiasts.
The twenty-four villages of modern Pelion preserve traditional architecture, featuring stone buildings adorned with local slate and clay. These multi-storied houses, with characteristic Pelian oriel construction, offer stunning views. According to Pelian tradition, houses have three levels, each serving specific functions. Some grand Pelian mansions have been transformed into boutique hotels.Pelion, with its enchanting landscapes, offers a plethora of sightseeing opportunities that blend myth, history, and natural beauty, like the Centaur’s Path, where the wise Chiron supposedly roamed, or the picturesque villages like Makrinitsa, known as the “Balcony of Pelion,” with its cobbled streets and neoclassical mansions. The Pelion Railway, a narrow-gauge line, provides a nostalgic journey through lush forests and charming villages. The stone-built Pelion Towers, dating back centuries, stand as historical landmarks and the beaches, such as Mylopotamos and Agios Ioannis, offer a perfect blend of azure waters and verdant landscapes. Pelion’s rich tapestry of experiences ensures that every corner holds a unique and captivating sight to behold.