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Olea groves is located in the southern part of Greece, Peloponnese a region with a very long history in olive oil production, also known for its calcareous soils, limestone slopes and steep cliffs, as well as its ideal coastal climate. For several centuries, the 80 acres of fertile land has been hosting thousands of fruitful olive trees which are cultivated under their care, following the strict rules of traditional farming.
Among their 6,000 trees, from the varieties (cultivars) Manaki and Koroneiki, there are 200 that are at least 2,000 years old. Annually and depending on weather conditions, the fruits of a selected number of trees from the Manaki variety display black spots on their skin that are globally unique.
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