The conservation phase starts and oil is ready to be bottled and sold.
Oil produced is poured out into steel bins pressurized with alimentary
nitrogen. Bins are placed into a cold room which mantains a controlled
and costant temperature of +15°. Bins stay here until oil natural
settling. After oil is poured off it is again put into the cold room.
With this process oil chemical and organoleptic features are mantained
unaltered from production to wrapping up.
Empty bottles are sterilized by washing and blowing, ready to be filled up.
The cycle of bottling process continues by filling up the bottles.
A corking machine plugs and screws corks in bottles.
Bottling process ends with labelling. Each bottle has a label and a counter-label
with a lot number and expiry date.