The company has over 4,000 centennial olive trees which can be divided into three categories:
Penta-centennial olive trees:
- Olive trees with an average age of over 5 centuries. From their fruits we produce our DXXV (525) olive oil which symbolises its age and the Roman origin of this olive-growing tradition.
- Olive trees of the indigenous redondilla variety.
- 430 trees are classed as penta-centennial.
- Owing to the low yield of the redondilla variety and the age of these olive trees their production is limited but of extraordinary quality with a unique taste and aroma.
Bicentennial olive trees:
- Olive trees with an average age of over two centuries.
- Redondilla and cornicabra.
- Over 1,360 classified trees.
- Olive trees giving olives that allow us to produce our limited edition extra virgin olive oil CCX (210) with the special characteristics of its mild aroma and sweet taste with a slight spicy aftertaste.
Centennial olive trees:
- Olive trees with an average age of between 100 and 150 years.
- Redondilla, picual, and cornicabra varieties.
- Over 2,300 trees with an average age of between 100 and 150 years.
- A high-quality coupage is produced from these olives, which is bottled under the name of XC (90).
In addition to all the foregoing, our company has several thousand olive trees from various varieties (mainly manzanilla cacereña and picual) which are less than a century old. It is from these that we produce our basic range of high-quality extra virgin olive oil.