Olive Oil By The Gallon

(11 customer reviews)

Bulk California Olive Oil 

Sonoma Farm Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made with 100% California Olives that are cold pressed within hours of picking at a small family owned olive farm in California.  Our olive oil has a light fruity flavor and buttery texture that cannot be beat for the price.

 

  • Ingredients: 100% Cold Pressed, 1st Press Olive Oil
  • No Artificial Flavors, No Added Sugar
  • Uses: Dressings, Marinades, Baking, Sautéing, Finishing
  • Made In The USA
  • Available In 1 Gallon and 5 Gallon Sizes
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Perfect For Food Service and High Volume Kitchens

Our Olive Oil is available in 1 Gallon ($39.99) and 5 Gallon ($159.99) Sizes and are perfect for high volume kitchens that need quality olive oil at a great price!

2020 Harvest California Olives 

This is our 2020 crop olive oil that was picked at the height of maturity in the Fall of 2020. To guarantee QUALITY and FRESHNESS, our olives are harvested at full maturity during the fall. We then race against time and first cold press them, same day of picking, at our California ranch mill less than 50 miles away.

Samples Available 

Interested in trying our olive oil before making a big purchase? We have 1.5 oz samples available so you can see for yourself why restaurants and chefs across the country use Sonoma Farm Olive Oil in their kitchens.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We treat all of our customers like family, so if for any reason you’re not satisfied with your single origin olive oil, simply contact us at any time to solve this problem.

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11 reviews for Olive Oil By The Gallon

  1. Tina

    It’s good quality olive oil. Sufficiently rich with a bit of characteristic fruity aftertaste, though on the milder end. Sonoma’s care for the product really shows though!

  2. Samantha

    I love it on crusty bread, drizzled on pasta and makes an amazing salad dressing. I truly love the full rich taste.

  3. Richard

    This Olive Oil is one that I can use on anything. It has a gentle, clean grassy note that isn’t overpowering.
    I drizzle it (heavily) on my gluten free toast with avocado, goat feta, and balsamic vinegar. Subtly delicious.

  4. Dorothy

    Excellent flavor & color with a hint of nuttiness. Smooth on the pallet without bitter after-taste. Great as dipping oil when savory herbs are added, perfect on hummus. Excellent flavor when used for cooking.

  5. Rita

    I’ve used this oil in 3 summer salads along with roasted vegetables. It has a smooth buttery flavor but doesn’t over power the rest of the ingredients like some olive oils do. I save it when I want the flavor and not to cook with unless it will add to the flavor of the dish. Its also not real expensive like some other oils. Good value. I highly recommend it.

  6. Rose

    I have stocked up on good quality olive oils for the coming year. I did some research and finally chose about 4 different companies to see for myself by comparison which one I would like the most, above and beyond having confidence in the quality these companies provide in their product. By far, I enjoy the smoothness and pleasant taste of Sonoma Farm oil above the rest. The others are great, but Sonoma is the one I will use for my salads, antipasta, and artisan breads. I am very happy with the customer service as well. I can really see why they take pride in their product and company.

  7. Jan

    great tasting Olive Oil, no rancid taste, very good…..

  8. Ted

    I used the this olive oil in several different ways. When I first opened it, just to check it out I spilled a spoonful onto a small plate and dipped some french bread in it. I knew then that I didn’t want to waste it on salad dressing, but I did, anyway, mixing it with some balsamic vinegar and a clove of garlic and poured it on some greens from my garden along with some blue cheese and garden arugula. This morning i lightly coated a skillet with the olive oil and fried a couple corn tortillas. Then I poured a generous portion of the oil in the pan before adding refried pinto beans. No cheese. The oil was rich enough

  9. Sammy

    This is a fantastic and versatile olive oil. It’s now my go-to to use and two of my friends decided the same after we compared the taste of five olive oils we pulled together from our kitchens (and none of the others were shabby). This was the clear winner.

  10. Mari R

    The taste and smell of this oil is wonderful. I ended up using most of this for soap actually and it turned out lovely

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