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The EVO oil must be learned at school!

Blog / 25 November 2015

Throughout the period of the harvest and and pressing of the native olive of Trieste, the Bianchera, we hosted visiting schools in our Oil Mill, like the Municipal Nursery School Azzurra from Trieste. We showed the children the whole production process from olive to oil and they immediately drawed what they had learnt. You never know, in the future some of these children might be as passionate about olive growing as we are.

With them, Parovel looks to the future!

Scuola Azzurra Parovel Extravergine Trieste

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Parovel New Generation

Blog / 17 November 2015

New Generation of the Parovel family..
Martina helps her father Euro in the Oil Mill and learn a new job.
Parovel keeps rockin’ on!

Parovel nuova generazione

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PAROVEL S H O P for your everyday shopping

It awaits you in

Zona Artigianale Dolina (Industrial Area Dolina)

at the Parovel OIL MILL

Mon - Fri   8:00-13:00 / 13:30-16:30

It is open all year round, from Monday to Friday for individuals and companies who want to buy all of our products.
Here you will find our extra virgin olive oils Mackè, Ul'ka and RoZò, our line of Barde DOC wines and Mackè IGT, our olive paté and olives in brine, but also our special products: the sparkling wine Kamje and the passito Spomin, cookies made with Salt from Piran and the Olive Liqueur E2P.

We create for you customized gift boxes and even original wedding favors.
Visit us at our office and oil mill or call us at +39 346-7590953 for every curiosity.

Loc. Zona Artigianale Dolina, 546 (at the foot of the village of San Dorligo della Valle - Dolina)
San Dorligo della Valle - Dolina, Trieste - Italia 
tel. +39 040-227050 | +39 346-7590953
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Elena Parovel, Woman of wine and Woman of olive oil: Trieste, her land

In 2003 the oil journalist, or oleologist as he likes to be called, and director of the magazine Teatro Naturale Luigi Caricato, devoted to Elena a great interview whose contents are still very valid today, with the theme of the ethics of production back in vogue. Below there's a brief excerpt of the interview.

How long have you been involved in agriculture and with what results?
I am the fourth generation. Our company was founded at the end of '800 with my great-great grandfather. I work full-time since 1991. As a child I followed my parents in the vineyards and in the olive groves. A satisfactory outcome in economic terms; in Trieste Karst it is not easy: we need passion and tenacity with specific aims.

Are you happy, puzzled or worried?
I am satisfied because the consumer has finally realized that the quality of food becomes health. This allows agriculture to have a long life!

Why has the rural world lost centrality and importance in recent decades?
Well, the agri-food industries have contributed their bit, but I think the rural world has always remained firmly rooted to their handicrafts, which, fortunately, are re-emerging.

Do you believe that the agricultural sector will still remain a primary sector in Italy?
Yes. For the many territorial peculiarities.

And why did you choose to work in agriculture?
I can not say I have chosen: I was simply born into a family of farmers. And I stay there because I like the contact with the earth, its natural mystery.

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