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'''[[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence'''
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'''[[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence''' are [[black olives]] from Grossane type.
  
The Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO are black olives from Grossane type.
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There are two methods of production: in the first, the [[olives]] are picked up and powdered with table [[salt]], whilst in the second, they are immersed into [[salt]] [[brine]], whose density must be between 1.045 and 1.060, and soaked for maximum three months.
Production Method
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There are two methods: in the first, the olives are picked up and powdered with table salt, whilst in the second, pricked or not, they are immersed into salt brine, whose density must be between 1.045 and 1.060, and soaked for maximum three months.
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[[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence features ripe [[apple]] and [[tomato]] conserve notes of taste. It is a [[fruit]] which has fully ripened and is characterised by a big shape with a large, truncated and short base, with non-adherent stone and abundant and flavourful flesh.
Appearance and Flavour
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Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO features ripe apple and tomato conserve notes of taste. It is a fruit which has fully ripened and is characterised by a big shape with a large, truncated and short base, with non-adherent stone and abundant and flavourful flesh.
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The production and transformation area of [[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence covers the following 16 municipal areas: Arles, Aureille, (Les) Baux-de-Provence, Eygalières, Eyguières, Fontvieille, Lamanon, Maussane-les-Alpilles, Mouriès, Orgon, Paradou, Saint-Étiennedu-Grès, Saint-Martin-de-Crau, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Sénas and Tarascon, all located in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, in the region of Provence-Alpes-Azur.
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The production and transformation area of Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO covers the following 16 municipal areas: Arles, Aureille, (Les) Baux-de-Provence, Eygalières, Eyguières, Fontvieille, Lamanon, Maussane-les-Alpilles, Mouriès, Orgon, Paradou, Saint-Étiennedu-Grès, Saint-Martin-de-Crau, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Sénas and Tarascon, all located in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, in the region of Provence-Alpes-Azur.
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The fame of the [[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence is closely linked to the tradition of olive growing in the Vallée des Baux de Provence, where the [[olive]] growing sector has always played an important role. The administrative district of Mouriès, in the heart of the production area, with 75,000 trees, is the land with the highest number of [[olive]] trees in France. Notwithstanding urbanisation, which brought to abandon towns, [[olive]] tree forests still exist on the slopes of the hills and offer a rich variety.
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The fame of the Olives Noires de la Vallée des Bauxde-Provence PDO is closely linked to the tradition of olive growing in the Vallée des Baux de Provence, where the olive growing sector has always played an important role. The administrative district of Mouriès, in the heart of the production area, with 75,000 trees, is the land with the highest number of olive trees in France. Notwithstanding urbanisation, which brought to abandon towns, olive tree forests still exist on the slopes of the hills and offer a rich variety.
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[[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence must be conserved in their original [[salt]] [[brine]], protected from light and heat sources. Generally, the product is eaten alone or used to season some warm and cold dishes. [[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence are used as [[aperitif]], natural or accompanied by fresh [[goats' milk cheese|goats']] or [[ewes' milk cheese|ewes' cheese]].
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Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO must be conserved in their original salt brine, protected from light and heat sources. Generally, the product is eaten alone or used to season some warm and cold dishes. Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO are used as aperitif, natural or accompanied by fresh goat's or sheep's cheese.
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The product is sold as [[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence. It is marketed in glass pots of different sizes. Generally the product is marketed from September to January.
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The product is sold as Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO. It is marketed in glass pots of different sizes. Generally the product is marketed from September to January, immediately after picking up.
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The peculiar organoleptic features and the fame of [[Template:Appellation d'Origine Protégée|AOP]] Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence are the result of different elements, amongst which the geological and climatic characteristics of the production area, the existence of ancient [[olive]] trees which are well-standing in the geographic context and the elaborated cultural practises which have been developed over time by farmers.
Distinctive Features
 
The peculiar organoleptic features and the fame of Olives Noires de la Vallée des Baux-de-Provence PDO are the result of different elements, amongst which the geological and climatic characteristics of the production area, the existence of ancient olive trees which are well-standing in the geographic context and the elaborated cultural practises which have been developed over time by farmers.
 
  
 
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Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence

AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence are black olives from Grossane type.

There are two methods of production: in the first, the olives are picked up and powdered with table salt, whilst in the second, they are immersed into salt brine, whose density must be between 1.045 and 1.060, and soaked for maximum three months.

AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence features ripe apple and tomato conserve notes of taste. It is a fruit which has fully ripened and is characterised by a big shape with a large, truncated and short base, with non-adherent stone and abundant and flavourful flesh.

The production and transformation area of AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence covers the following 16 municipal areas: Arles, Aureille, (Les) Baux-de-Provence, Eygalières, Eyguières, Fontvieille, Lamanon, Maussane-les-Alpilles, Mouriès, Orgon, Paradou, Saint-Étiennedu-Grès, Saint-Martin-de-Crau, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Sénas and Tarascon, all located in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, in the region of Provence-Alpes-Azur.

The fame of the AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence is closely linked to the tradition of olive growing in the Vallée des Baux de Provence, where the olive growing sector has always played an important role. The administrative district of Mouriès, in the heart of the production area, with 75,000 trees, is the land with the highest number of olive trees in France. Notwithstanding urbanisation, which brought to abandon towns, olive tree forests still exist on the slopes of the hills and offer a rich variety.

AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence must be conserved in their original salt brine, protected from light and heat sources. Generally, the product is eaten alone or used to season some warm and cold dishes. AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence are used as aperitif, natural or accompanied by fresh goats' or ewes' cheese.

The product is sold as AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence. It is marketed in glass pots of different sizes. Generally the product is marketed from September to January.

The peculiar organoleptic features and the fame of AOP Olives noires de la Vallée des Baux de Provence are the result of different elements, amongst which the geological and climatic characteristics of the production area, the existence of ancient olive trees which are well-standing in the geographic context and the elaborated cultural practises which have been developed over time by farmers.

Reference: Qualigeo



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