Extra virgin olive oil
Bardomus
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The project

Adopt {publicVariety} from the farm "{farmName}" in {cityfarm} ({countryFarm}) and receive your harvest in the form of {production} at home. The Farmer {farmerName} will take care for your adoption and take its picture. Also, you will be able to download the adoption certificate and, if you wish, plan your visit to the farm. You do not enter into any long-term commitment: once you receive your harvest and you enjoyed the experience, you may decide to renew and extend the adoption.

The project

Adopt {publicVariety} from the farm "{farmName}" in {cityfarm} ({countryFarm}) and receive your harvest in the form of {production} at home. The Farmer {farmerName} will take care for your adoption and take its picture. Also, you will be able to download the adoption certificate and, if you wish, plan your visit to the farm. You do not enter into any long-term commitment: once you receive your harvest and you enjoyed the experience, you may decide to renew and extend the adoption.

What do you adopt?
Olive trees are probably the most emblematic trees of the Mediterranean agriculture. Each {variety} produces an average of {masterUnitsMax}l of {production} per season.
What will you receive?
The box of your harvest contains: * 4 x Extra Virgen Olive Oil (containers of 2 liters) You will receive your harvest personalized with the name you chose in the adoption process.
When will you receive it?
Please, check the deadline for participating in this project (deadline for adoption) below. As of this date the Farmer will start preparing the orders that are to be shipped. You may select the delivery date of your box as suggested by the Farmer at check-out.
Why should you adopt?
* Learn who produces your food, how and where. Receive your food in a conscious manner. * Buy directly from the farmer. Help to generate wealth and better jobs in the rural areas. * Plan ahead and enable the Farmer to produce on demand. This way we can avoid overproduction and fight food waste. * Reward Farmers who make an effort to use environmentally-friendly packaging and cultivation techniques.
How does it work?
Meet the Farmers
Adopt and plan your harvest
Let the Farmer and nature work
Receive your harvest at home
Manuel Belles
The main human factors which influence the taste of extra virgin olive oil are the cultivation techniques used, the exact moment olives harvested and the way their juice is pressed. To make correct decisions we need to be able to understand what nature and the environment are asking us to do at each moment of the year. Nowadays, especially in agriculture, we tend to produce common products. Standardized goods that do not distinguish from others. If our future looked like that, it would probably be better to retire and let machines work for us. However, the only ones able to create something extraordinary are humans - and this makes all the difference. Thanks to CrowdFarming, we at Bardomus can continue to pursue excellence in the olive cultivation and the production of our extra virgin olive oil.
Manuel Belles

“When you let nature work its way, the result can be fascinating. Losing yield in order to improve quality makes the difference between a common product and a unique one. You can especially note this cultivation philosophy when it comes to extra virgin olive oil."

Finca Bardomus
Finca Bardomus
The finca Bardomus is located between south-facing rolling hills, looking directly at the Mediterranean sea and bordered by the natural parks of Sierra de Irta and Prat de Cabanes between the small towns of Alcalà de Xivert and Torreblanca. By night, a soft Mediterranean breeze tempers the temperature and gives a specific taste to the olives grown on the fields of Bardomus. This is where the extra virgin olive oil was produced that won the gold medal of the international competition CINVE in 2014. The finca encompasses 61 hectares and the bordering areas are mountains with a dense Mediterranean vegetation. The fields are separated in the following varieties: 28 hectares of Arbequina, 8 hectares of Borriolenca, 4 hectares of Picual and 1 hectare of Canetera. The resting 20 hectares are: mountains, one canyon, paths and a new oil press used to extract the extra virgin olive oil of those people who have adopted a tree.
Technical information
Address
Finca Bardomus, Alcalá de Chivert, Castellón, ES
Location