Accolades
Accolades

Accolades

Crafted from the bounty of Round Pond Estate, we are honored that our artisan oils have been recognized as some of the very best extra virgin olive oils in North America by such prestigious publications as Gourmet, Food & Wine and Wine Spectator. In addition, our oils have consistently been praised for their depth, purity and rich, robust character, winning numerous awards and accolades.

  • Olive Oils

    • The NY Times features Round Pond Estate Olive Oils!

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    • San Francisco Chronicle features RP on front page of Wine section

      January 2, 2009: Round Pond was honored to be featured on the front page of the Wine section in the San Francisco Chronicle. 

      In an excerpt, the Chronicle wrote:

      “With other goods like vinegar and citrus syrup, acres of biodynamic gardens yielding produce for wine pairings and tasting lunches, and solid vintages of estate Cabernet Sauvignon that drink as if double their worth – not to mention an intriguing, rare Nebbiolo – the second generation of this grapegrowing family has quietly created in the span of a few short years, a burgeoning business that’s vastly different from their Wine Country neighbors.” 
       

      If you would like to read the full article, please click here.

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    • BonjourTelluride.com calls our Olive Oil "Liquid Gold"

      December 2008 - Bonjour Telluride called our Olive Oil Liquid Gold!

      If you would like to read the full article, please click here.

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    • Napa Sonoma Magazine highlights our Round Pond Olive Oils

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    • Brides Northern California recommends Round Pond Minis

      Fall 2008 - Brides Northern California features Round Pond minis as a perfect bridal gift.

      To read the article, click here.

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    • Men's Best Life - "World Class Olive Oil Isn't Always Imported"

      Of Round Pond, the magazine says "The Napa Valley estate Round Pond may devote 30 times more acreage to wine grapes than olives, but it takes its oil seriously. Five Italian cultivars are individually picked at their ripest, pressed separately at Round Pond's two ton stone mill, and then blended and stored inside Nitrogen-cooled tanks until bottled. These are bold, Tuscan-style olives with an herbacious kick that lends the blended oil a grassy nose and spicy aftertaste."

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    • Rollerskating With Scissors blogger features our Infused Olive Oils

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    • Uncorked named our Olive Oils "Pure Gold!"

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  • Red Wine Vinegars

    • People Magazine states our Mini Vinegars are a Hot Trend!

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    • Wine Spectator talks about our Vinegars having "Sour Pour"

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    • Food and Wine Magazine states we are "Vinegar Visionaries"

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    • Wine Spectator profiles our oils & vinegars in this "Wine Country Food" feature.

    • San Francisco Magazine - "Eat This"

      June 2005 - San Francisco Magazine declares that Round Pond's Cabernet & Merlot vinegar is "feisty and full flavored - bright and fruity with a dry finish and a keen acid kick, it's vinegar as rich and round as any extra virgin."

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    • Country Home Magazine features our Red Wine Vinegars

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    • Gourmet Magazine - "What's New on our List"

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    • Rosengarten Report - "Products I’m Loving..."

      November 22, 2004 - Round Pond Red Wine Vinegars are honored to be included in the November 2004 issue of the Rosengarten Report. In "The Products I'm Loving Right Now" section, Rosengarten calls Round Pond red wine vinegars "true treasures" and reports, 'This is probably the first time I've ever had a guest say, "Wow! What is that vinegar?'"

      To read the article, click here.

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  • Citrus Syrups

    • NY Times Features our Syrups!

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    • Food & Wine Magazine features our Blood Orange Citrus Syrup

      April 2009:  We are pleased that Food & Wine Magazine featured our Blood Orange Citrus Syrup in their April 2009 issue.  Highlighted as a great cocktail mixer, the Blood Orange Citrus Syrup can be used in everything from mimosas to martinis.

      To read more, please click here.

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