Founded in the late 1980s in Cisano di Bardolino, the Olive Oil Museum tells visitors about one of the most traditional activities of this territory: the cultivation of olives, their harvest and processing until they are transformed into oil. A journey from the 1700s to the 1900s through oil mills, furnishings and work tools that over time have enabled an ancient and essential art of preserving one of the best and most recognised Italian products in the world. The first in Italy to be founded, the Olive Oil Museum is now a destination for numerous visits from all over the world for the precious material it contains, capable of transmitting the hard work and satisfaction of an ancient craft.
Their outstanding product is the extra virgin olive oil Garda DOP Orientale, produced on the Veronese shore of Lake Garda. Obtained mainly from the 'Casaliva' olive variety, typical of the area, it is distinguished by its sweetness and balanced flavour. It is golden yellow in colour with green reflections. The fruitiness is enveloping and full of character, with contained bitter and spicy notes, ending with hints of sweet almonds.