SYNONYMS: Bagoler, Calma, Casali, Casalin, Casalivo, Drizer, Drezzeri, Drissar, Drizar, Olivo casalino, Olivo gentile, Zentil
ORIGIN: Lombardia,Veneto, Trentino
TREE: This is an olive of great vigor and constant productivity. It has a pendulous shape called "gentile" with a globular crown made of long slender branches. The leaves are elliptical, lanceolate and of a dark green color.
FRUIT: An oil variety with symmetrical ovoid fruits that at harvest are blue violet, almost black. The fruits are of medium weight (1.8-2 grams) and have a very high yield in oil (22-25%); ripening is late and in stages but the oil that you obtain is very fine, light and aromatic.
AGRONOMY: Self pollinating but it is advantageous to use cross pollinators. High, constant production. Pollinators: Less, Trepp, Pendolino, Rossanello, Grignan and Negrin.
COMMENTS: This variety is very prized in the northern regions of Italy for good quality oil. Correct cultural practices are required for good production.