From Arianna Occhipinti:
"The life of every Sicilian is intertwined with olive oil. The production of Nocellara del Belice is our family tradition, a tradition that dates back to 1600 A.D. It has the most beautiful memories: racing through the olive groves, falling and skinning my knees, the taste of bitter olives in the mouth. The olive harvest was a time of gathering, of parties and stories, of many families with the same origins. Where children played carefree, eating bread and freshly-milled oil; so spicy, yet so good. Today it is still special: green, golden, and fragrant. Fortunately, even today, we have the same desire to play, the same light-heartedness, and joy of the past. In addition to the old property of Castelvetrano, we own olive groves in the Piraino district, Chiaramonte Gulfi."
From centuries-old trees, this is intense, fresh and balanced olive oil that can be used raw and to cook with. It's named for Arianna's grandmother, Margherita, called Gheta by her grandchildren.