When a specific olive oil has been produced for several generations, you know it's good. But when you set up shop as a new olive oil producer, you don't have this legacy as a calling card, so prove yourself you must. And that's exactly what Cobram Estate has done since it set up shop in 1996. It's now one of the leading producers of Australian extra virgin olive oil, and its olive oil production makes up approximately 50 percent of Australia's total crop. It grows its olives on two estates -- Boundary Bend, one of Australia's largest groves, and Boort, one of the world's largest single estate olive groves. This Reserve Picual's integrity is maintained by an expert panel of tasters who check for the "Reserve" quality before it can be bottled and classified with this distinction that conveys an exceptional Picual olive complex quality. It won International Medium Best of Class Gold Medal in the 2011 Los Angeles International Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition. You'll taste green olive combined with bush tomato and fig leaf aromas, along with balanced bitter and spicy notes.