we are glad to welcome you to our online shop and we would like to present our high-quality extra virgin olive oil.
Our olive oil is from our own cultivation, from the farmers of the island of Corfu and Nemea.
The Corfiot Lianolia Olive has been grown on the island since Venetian times. In the 16th century, the Venetians paid, in order to secure their own oil reserves, a premium of 360 drachma per hundred planted olive trees. The predominant wine culture disappeared and soon whole forests of olive trees covered the island. Today there are about 4 million olive trees in Corfu.
Already Homer spoke of olive trees in his Odyssey. He mentioned olive trees in the garden of the palace of the king of the Faiaken. This reference is the oldest assumption of the existence of olive trees on the island of Corfu. What sort of olives these were and why they have disappeared, nobody know until today.
The same time like last year.... Our 3-liter canisters are sold out! The next 3-liter canisters will be filled again with the new harvest in November-December 2019! Many thanks to all our customers and resellers who are supporting us and love our olive oil!
The boss is hard working in our Olive Groves!
Many greetings from us, here at the Sgouros Olive Grove!
We have a new LABEL!
Same content - new look!
Our first day in a new olive grove, hidden among wild blackberries and ivy! After four hours of intenisve work, we have not only found olive trees in this "jungle". In addition, lemon and tangerine trees came to light! Wer are excited! There is still a lot of work to do....
Snow in our Olive Grove!
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You are welcome to buy our products directly at our depot as well.
Best wishes, the Sgouros family
Many thanks to Detlev Christian Schmidt, advertising photographer, on behalf of the town Bad Feilnbach, for this beautiful photo!
Our Olives in May 2019
Straight from our olive groves to Bavaria!
Sgouros Olive Oil flies high! Thanks a lot to Slackliner Friedi Kühne!
November 2003: 14 years ago, Spiros already worked in his own olive groves to produce his own olive oil!
Back in the 1950s in Spartilas as well as today (harvest October 2014) the olives are collected in baskets and get delivered to the oil mill for further processing immediately.
Our market stall