Olave, Longevity, Mandranova Monocultivar Nocellara and Bozzano Olive Ranch A2 are good olive oils to try, according to the New York International Olive Oil Competition. Other highly rated olive oils include Vento del Baron, Bava Family Grove, Tuttotonda and Cobram Estate Ultra Premium Mission.
Olave is a rich, fruity Chilean olive oil developed by Elvio Olave. This golden oil comes from multiple olive varieties harvested at peak maturity.
Mandranova Monocultivar Nocellara is a Sicilian olive oil produced by Azienda Agricola Mandranova. It contains oil from a grove of 10,000 olive trees in southern Sicily. The manufacturer presses the olives immediately after the annual autumn harvest.
Vento del Baron, an Andalusian extra-virgin olive oil, contains a blend of oils from Hojiblanca and Picuda olives. The flavor profile of this intensely fruity oil includes almond, banana, peppermint, apple and green herbs. It also contains notes of tomato and artichoke. Vento del Baron is cold-pressed from olives within 15 hours of harvesting.
Bozzano Olive Ranch A2 is an organic extra-virgin olive oil produced from Arbequina and Ascolano olives. This grassy, slightly peppery oil also contains strong fruit flavor, a characteristic of Arbequina olives. Bozzano Olive Ranch A2 is best enjoyed drizzled on grilled foods, and it is an excellent choice for olive oil ice cream, according to Olive Oil Times.