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Kalamata Olives

Kalamata Olives

Calamata Olives The Kalamata olive, branded Calamata at DeLallo, is the most well-known Greek varietal. Easy to spot on any olive bar or antipasti spread, Calamata olives are known

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Get To Know: Taggiasca Olives

Get To Know: Taggiasca Olives

A small, fruity Italian olive from Linguria, Italy, the beloved Taggiasca olive (named for the village of its origin) is harvested both for table olives and olive oil. ORIGINTaggia, Italy (in

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Get To Know: Picholine Olives

Get To Know: Picholine Olives

Like Niçoise olives, the Picholine is another famous French olive with a low crop yield. Because of this, they are mostly sold and eaten domestically. ORIGINGard, a region of Southern

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Get To Know: Oil-Cured Beldi Olives

Get To Know: Oil-Cured Beldi Olives

Known for their wrinkly, black skin and intense olive flavor, Oil-Cured Olives are chewy, briny and pleasantly bitter, perfect for pairing up with other Mediterranean antipasti or adding a ne

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Get To Know: Niçoise Olives

Get To Know: Niçoise Olives

Only grown in the French Riviera with a low crop yield, Niçoise Olives are mostly sold and eaten domestically. These deep brown olives have little flesh with a large pit. ORIGINCote d&

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Get To Know: Halkidiki Olives

Get To Know: Halkidiki Olives

ORIGIN Halkidiki Penninsula, Greece DELALLO VARIETIES   QUICK FACTS A young green olive with hues ranging from straw-colored to light, golden green. First, olives are alkaline treated t

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Get To Know: Castelvetrano Olives

Get To Know: Castelvetrano Olives

This trending green olive owns an irresistibly smooth, buttery flavor, but don’t be fooled by imposters! That bright green coloring isn’t natural, but a dye (that has been outlawe

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Get To Know: Calamata Olives

Get To Know: Calamata Olives

A celebrity of the Greek olive world, the tart and tangy Calamata can be spotted a mile away (well, not really) by its deep purple hue and distinct almond shape. Entertaining with Greek mezz

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