Wondering what to do with your empty Calivirgin or Lodi Olive Oil bottle when you've used up the final drops of oil or vinegar?bottle-pouring-into-evoo-btl.jpg

Consider a bottle refill. Reusing and refilling your bottles not only reduces waste, but also saves you money – Over 40% off the regularly priced bottle.

HOW TO CLEAN AN EMPTY BOTTLE:


Wash bottle thoroughly. If you have a dishwasher, simply remove the pour spout and run the bottle through it. If not, hot, soapy water will do the trick in removing the oily residue.


Let the bottle dry thoroughly by removing the cap and/or placing the bottle upside down. It's important to ensure that no moisture is present in your empty bottle, as it could cause bacteria.

HOW TO REFILL AN EMPTY BOTTLE:


Bring your clean, dry bottle to our Lodi Store and ask a staff member for help with a refill. 


As long as your bottle is clean, it can be filled with any variety or flavor currently offered for refill - it doesn’t necessarily have to be the same oil or balsamic you originally purchased. Our selection of oils and vinegars available for refill changes frequently; check below or our social media to see what is currently available. 

Feel free to taste our different oils and vinegars before making a decision.
 Once you've selected a flavor, we will fill the bottle, replace the cap, and add the corresponding label with refill date.

REFILL PRICING:  

Olive Oils:         500 ml Bottles   $12.00        250 ml Bottles   $6.00        

Balsamics:        500 ml Bottles   $14.00        250 ml Bottles   $7.00
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WHAT'S CURRENTLY ON TAP?

REFILL OPTION #1:

Coldani Estate Extra Virgin Olive Oil

With only 20 gallons produced, this small batch olive oil was handled with care! Olives were hand picked from the trees surrounding the Coldani Estate and milled individually by Mike Coldani, our Master Miller. Read his description of this oil on our BLOG HERE     

REFILL OPTION #2:

Calivinegar Barrel Aged Balsamic Vinegar

A customer favorite since the very beginning! This thick and delicious balsamic has been aged so long its practically a reduction - up to 18 years to be exact.