Taste the local flavor! Renfree Farms is a family owned business which produces premium, quality, extra virgin olive oil in the Northern Sacramento Valley of California. Located Northeast of the smallest mountain range in the world, the Sutter Buttes, accent the olive trees. The farm produces three types of olives: Arbequina, Koroneiki, and Arbosana.
Mark Renfree graduated from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Business Management and a minor in Farm Management. While earning his degree at Cal Poly, Mark also played baseball for the Cal Poly Mustangs. Since graduating from college, he has worked for over 25 years in the agricultural industry. He has also played and coached baseball for over 25 years. Mark’s love of the game of baseball and working in agriculture has influenced his desire to create a wholesome all American olive oil that is flavorful and healthy.
Our original "Triple Play" (an All-American Olive Oil) was created by Mark's passion for farming and baseball. The two ideas merged into one theme was based on the fact we produce high quality olive oil from three distinctive varieties. The blend of the three varieties creates the rare "triple play" of olive oil. Mark’s philosophy about Triple Play olive oil was synonymous to the ultimate triple play in baseball. All three varieties work together simultaneously to produce the ultimate taste.
Focus on Quality
Our focus on quality begins with meticulous attention to the heath and quality of our trees and fruit. The fruit is carefully harvested at the peek of ripeness and processed within hours of picking. Our olives are milled at a state-of-the-art facility in Northern California. Milling and storage are closely monitored to maximize olive oil quality and flavor. We our dedicated to producing an olive oil that is naturally healthy, delicious and wholesome.
Arbequina: Fruity, buttery with grassy and herbal notes.
Arbosana: Grassy fruit, peppery with hints of green tomato.
Koroneiki: Strongly fruity, herbaceous, and pungent (peppery).