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Can Paolo Pasquali Change The Way You Eat?

Can Paolo Pasquali Change The Way You Eat?


Shellie Karabell , Contributor
I cover leadership – people, politics & policy – from a European view. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.

“In fact, olive oil is more important, more fundamental, to life than wine,” Paolo Pasquali tells me as we sit in the grounds of his 124-hectare olive oil resort (8,000 of them devoted to olive trees)– the first of its kind in Italy. “We say in Italian, ‘Il vino si fa, l’Olio e’ – which means ‘wine is made, olive oil exists.’” He’d like to see olive oil gain the same respect in epicurean circles as a fine bottle of wine.

Article taken from Forbes