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Sorelle Paradiso Estate

The Paradiso Sisters, or Sorelle Paradiso came to America near the turn of the Century from a small Italian village in Puglia. They had little to bring other than their knowledge of the garden and the kitchen. Their tradition has been passed down to make our hand-crafted olive products using only the finest sun-ripened California olives. These olives are picked by hand and crushed in small batches, giving our organic extra virgin olive oil a flavor reminiscent of the Old World. Our olive groves are certified organic by Organic Certifiers of California. Our orchards are comprised of Mission, Sevillano, and Nevadillo Blanco olive varieties.

AddressPO Box 586
Mill Valley, California, 94942
United States
CountyMarin County
Phone Number415 601 6313
Fax Number415 435 6312
E-mail Addressinfo@sorelleparadiso.com
Website Addresshttp://www.sorelleparadiso.com
First Year in Business1998

  • Grower and/or Producer
    We grow olive trees

    Mission, Sevillano, Nevadillo Blanco
    We produce olive oil

  • Name Abbie Scianamblo
    Title Founder
    E-mail info@sorelleparadiso.com
    Telephone 415-601-6313
    Inspired by her Italian roots, Abbie Scianamblo is the co-founder of Sorelle Paradiso Estate Organic Olives and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Celebrating generations of farming, her family owns and operates one of California's oldest olive plantations in Lindsey, California comprised of Mission, Sevillano, and Nevadillo Blanco olive tree varietals. Abbie holds degrees in industrial technology with an emphasis in product design and holistic health science from San Francisco State University, where she became inspired to initiate the design concept, product identity, and marketing strategy for Sorelle Paradiso in 1998. With a passion for food, health, and sustainable living, she has been instrumental in transitioning 88 acres of olive trees to organic farming practices.