Aceites Vizcántar (Vizcántar Olive Oil) is a firm which specializes in the production of olive oil.
"Aceiteros por tradición" (Olive oil producers by tradition) a slogan that we have had for generations. In Mueloliva we have made of the olive oil a lifestyle. Based in the middle of Subbetic Cordoban, we make our products as tradition dictates, with the patience and care that a great olive oil needs, and all this to be a benchmark in the modern lifestyle and healthy eating.
Bravaleum - Hacienda El Palo is one of the oil mills on the labels of their extra virgin olive oils, the Protected Geographical Indication Seal (PGI) “Jaen Oil” of the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, which certifies the quality of their award-winning oils.
Almazaras de la Subbetica, the name of our oil mills, is a premier agricultural cooperative, formed in July 2007 from the merger of two prestigious and longstanding cooperatives: S.C.A. Virgen del Castillo and S.C.A. Olivarera Nuestro Padre Jesus Nazareno, both with over 60 years experience in the industry.
Aroden is not a business, it is a family. We have been growing olives since the XVI century. Our lands are placed within the limits of the Natural Park “Sierras de la Subbetica”, an area of outstanding natural biodiversity and beautiful landscapes.
Founded in 1950 by Avelino Vegas in the Segovian village of Santiuste de San Juan Bautista. The winery began its activity producing wines with grapes from the area. Nowadays, with the third generation incorporated into the business, it has two wineries, one in his hometown, belonging to D.O. Rueda and the other in the town of Fuentespina, with D.O. Ribera del Duero.
Some of the best oils on the market are produced on the farm of Casas de Hualdo. Located in a strategic enclave of the Tagus River and thanks to its good work in recent years it has made it possible to receive awards of great importance in the world of the extra virgin.
Cooperative Castil de Campos began to grind his first olives during 1956-57 campaign, where it had been the site of an old mill, which fate had reserved a multifaceted future almost as varied as the Peña Flamenca, he served as church and theater, plus oil factory.
Our company takes its name from the family castle nestled in the hills of the township of Canena, in Spain’s Jaen province in the region of Andalusia. Our olive-producing history dates back to 1780.