|The curator and guide at the museum gave us |
information and welcomed any publicity
Nyon's olive oil tastes buttery. Here is a delightful small museum with displays about the olive growing and process of producing the oil.
Location: Musée de l’Olivier - Espac Vignolis
Place Olivier-de-Serres - 26110 Nyons
Tel: 33 (0)4 75 27 41 08 - 06 07 80 04 65E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
They produced less, so it doesn't get exported much.
According to Whole Foods Market Nyon: A small, jet black, shiny olive variety from southern France, this one will romance you. Nyon olives have a mild, salty bitterness and are usually dry-cured and packed in olive oil.
JK says, "Nyon olives are buttery."
Here's a link on Marvellous-Provence.com