Number of Trees: 4,000-5,000
Litres Produced: 20,000
Terroir/Soils: Clay & sandy soil
Cultivars Grown: Frantoio, Leccino, Mission, Kalamata, Coratina
Styles Produced: Delicate, Medium, Intense
Buy Online: Yes
Other Products: Table olives, tapenade, relishes, baked goods and Castile soap
Tasting: Daily 9am – 4pm
Restaurant: Daily 9am – 4pm
Wine Tasting: Daily 9am – 4pm
Accommodation: 6 self-catering cottages
Other Activities: Farm walks, cycling
Our cold pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made with the utmost care. It has a lovely, freshly cut grass aroma and a fruity, peppery flavour. Our three styles of oil provide a versatile selection for any dish, whether it is for cooking, dressing or dipping.
History & Culture
The farm Bourgogne was an original Huguenot farm, granted in 1694 to Pierre de Villiers. Various sub-divisions and 300-plus years later, Georges Mayer bought La Bourgogne in 2003, and proceeded to live his dream of an olive grove. The farm had vineyards and plum orchards and he bought adjoining land to plant four olive cultivars as well as additional vineyards. Sadly, Georges passed away in February 2018 leaving behind his four children Sophie, Dominique, Charles and Virginia. As the new owners of La Bourgogne Farm, together with their team, they devote every day to treasuring his legacy.