Welcome to Olio Capitale, 14th top quality extra-virgin olive oil expo
New dates and location for Olio Capitale the leading olive oil expo
22-24 May 2020 will take place in Trieste, Italy, 14th Olio Capitale expo: the most important exhibition fully dedicated to top quality extra-virgin olive oil Considering the office of the Region, given the current state of regularity uncertainty due Corona virus Covid – 19, to protect the people involved (exhibitors, Visitors, Set up and service staff) and to give an appropriate timing for the re-scheduling to all operators, it has been decided to postpone the Olio Capitale fair in Trieste to 22 -24 May 2020.
Moreover this year the location is Open Air situated in the most beautiful european square Unità d’Itaia open directly to the sea, the Adriatinc sea.
The move of Olio Capitale will allow us ti guarantee the ususal success of the fair to than more 180 exhibitors, fair in recent year has been maintainig a costant growth trend in the number of italian and foreign visitors.
Facts and Figures
Hundreds extra virgin olive oil producers from all Italian territories on show in Trieste as well as Croatia and Greece.
Professional visitors from 25 countries.
The expo takes place in the Trieste’s Stazione Marittima, in the center of the city, along the sea shore.
Why attend Olio Capitale
Because under one roof the expo presents hundreds of labels of the best extra-virgin olive oils without any other food product to divert the attention. Because, attracting a selected public, Olio Capitale gives great networking opportunities.Because it gives the chance to learn something more through meetings, talk shows, cooking classes, guided tasting sessions.
Professional visitors can find at Olio Capitale new olive oil suppliers and unique productions. Olio Capitale is the first appointment of the year to taste and choose the new olive oils.
in Trieste, Italy
“…Trieste is a mysterious and puzzling place. Its iconic central square, the Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia… is wide open to the Adriatic, as though the ever-changing seascape were an entertainment staged for the city’s benefit…”
The New York Times