A World Bursting with Flavors, Aromas, Colors and Textures.
MASÍA EL ALTET
Masia: Is used to describe a country estate, a large farmhouse or a house where agricultural work is carried out. It is to be found in areas of Spain which formed part of the Kingdom of Aragon
Altet: Land elevation. Its origin is a diminutive of –ALT–, which means high in the Valencian language
The main task of A L’Olivier remains
the meticulous selection process of its olive oils…
In 1822, Eugène Popelin founded A L’Olivier in Paris to offer quality Provencal oils to the capital’s inhabitants. He, therefore, developed the procedure still in use today. All year round we scour the Mediterranean basin, finding the best vintages to offer to our clients.
Since 1840, the distinctive high quality and flavors of Edmond Fallot’s specialty Dijon mustards have earned the company high regards. Fallot still grinds its mustard seeds the traditional way. Using antique millstones, they grind brown mustard seeds mixed with verjuice, extracted from Burgundy grapes. This is the time-tested recipe for Dijon mustard. Made in the town of Beaune in Dijon, France, Edmond Fallot’s flavorful specialty mustards are renowned all over the world.