The Oil of the Valley of the Temples

The Archaeological Park of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento has entrusted the ancient olive trees of the park and the promotion and marketing of the oil obtained under the brand Diodoros to the care of Val Paradiso.

Vendita olio Extra Vergine di Oliva della Valle dei Templi di Sicilia - Olio extravergine di oliva Diodoros Val Paradiso. Disponibile esclusivamente in produzione limitataDiodoros - Olio di Sicilia della Valle dei Templi di Agrigento
The Oil of the Valley is an exclusive project to develop culture and civilization in Sicily; the olive groves tended by us are real living monuments and represent a historical asset, part of the heritage of humanity, full of institutional and symbolic values related to the olive tree and its fruit.

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Diodoros is a high quality extra virgin oil, as attested by the numerous prizes and awards obtained in national competitions reserved for oils of great prestige:

Club dei Colli Malatestiani 2° Classificato Orciolo d’Oro 2012
21° Concorso Nazionale oli extra vergini Gradara (Pesaro)
Morgantinon - Oli extra vergini di oliva Menzione speciale Morgantinon 2012
3° Concorso Regionale Morgantinon oli extra vergini di oliva
O.L.E.A. - Le Gocce d'Oro Menzione di qualità – L’Oro d’Italia 2012
3° Concorso Nazionale degli oli extravergine Italiani le “Gocce D’Oro”
Club dei Colli Malatestiani Riconoscimento Premio Orciolo d’Oro
15° Concorso Nazionale oli extra vergini Gradara (Pesaro)
Corporazione dei Mastri oleari Diploma di Gran Menzione
XV° Concorso Internazionale Leone d’Oro dei Mastri Oleari

The Diodoros brand is a tribute to Diodorus Siculus, historian of Greek Agyrion (today Agira-Sicilia) and author of a universal history, the Bibliotheca Historica, which says of the territory of Akragas:

At that time, the city and the territory of Akragas lived in a condition of great well-being…

There were vineyards of exceptional size and beauty, and most of the land was covered with olive trees, whose abundant production was destined for the Carthaginian trade…

Diodoro Siculo Biblioteca Historica, XIII, 81,4

The olive trees of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento