Fresh wild rosemary infuses this olive oil, bringing aromatic complexity to any dish.
As you crest the bluff, you gaze over white rooftops down to where the town wraps itself brightly around the turquoise harbor. Ancient pillars rise stoically as centuries-old cathedral bells call you down to dinner. You scent something familiar, and glance down to realize you’ve brushed against a fragrant rosemary bush. Rosemary, whose Latin name means “the dew of the sea”. Adding a drizzle of rosemary olive oil transports this ancient and aromatic herb from the coast of the Mediterranian into your poultry, pork and lamb, sautéed vegetables, or roasted potatoes.