We’re people who love great food and great wine
We know it’s the little things that can make all the difference when it comes to both great food and great wine.
At the winery, we make and bottle our own wines as well as offer guests a variety of fine food options pairing everything with our wines.
We partner with high quality olive oil and vinegar companies to provide these great-tasting selections.
You can sample the Olive Grove line of products at any of our Deer Creek Winery locations in the Pittsburgh area, Seneca and Shippenville, PA. We carry the full line at our main winery in Shippenville, PA.
The deep and luxurious flavor profiles will surprise you, and we’re sure once you taste the difference you’ll want to explore all the flavor options we have from sweet, savory, and spicy blends.
We’re proud to bring these fine products to your community, and know that everyone from the super foodie to the everyday cook will appreciate the taste.. and difference in their homes. We hope to see you soon for your very own personal product tasting. All of our stores have free tasting available.
This versatile oil is a must-have in American kitchens and is used for:
Since heating olive oils causes alcohols and esters that make up its flavor, be sure to remember to add a little more flavorful oil after cooking.
We offer many various flavor infusions of olive oil. Some bright and crisp, while others are spicy and rich. Every flavor profile is carefully crafted to bring a unique personality to each olive oil, while allowing the true essence of this premium olive oil to shine through.
Mix and match with wine for volume pricing, saving up to $2 per bottle!
Many researchers and health experts agree olive oil plays an important role in the diet, and the average serving recommendation is two tablespoons per day.
Rich in antioxidants olive oil is a super food that doesn’t oxidize in the body because of its high level of monounsaturated fat.
Olive oil has been linked to many studies and findings that prove it plays a powerful role in preventing heart disease and stroke, cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, and arthritis, as well as high blood pressure.
Our herb infused extra virgin olive oils blend the wonderful flavors of chipotle, herbs de Provence, basil, Tuscan herb, wild mushroom, and sage with high quality, fresh extra virgin olive oil. The aromas and flavosrs of the herbs are delicately balanced with the richness of the olive oil. These oils are ideal for salad dressings, dipping bread, and finishing your favorite foods.
Our citrus fruit infused extra virgin olive oils are made by crushing citrus fruits together with Chemlali olives. The end result is amazingly fruity and aromatic citrus-fused oils perfect for finishing any seafood plate or salad.
Tradition Balsamic vinegar is made from the juice of boiled down grapes, reduced to approximately 30% of its original volume.
It creates a concentrate and is fermented with a slow aging process; flavor intensifies over decades, as vinegar is kept in wooden casks of chestnut, cherry wood, ash, mulberry and juniper.
At the end of the 12, 18 or 25 year aging period, aged balsamic is produced. If vinegar doesn’t state an age, then it is not aged balsamic, and not the quality of vinegar for the discerning food lover!
White balsamic vinegar blends white grape “must” with white wine vinegar and is cooked at a low temperature to avoid any darkening. Our producer ages the vinegar in oak barrels, while others use stainless steel.
White balsamic has more of a clean aftertaste than the rich, long finish that dark balsamic maintains. The main reason one would use white balsamic, rather than dark, is mostly aesthetic. It can be used with lighter colored foods, dressings, or sauces without any discoloring or darkening. Expect the white balsamic vinegar to be less sweet and more tart than our dark balsamic.
Our line of white balsamic also comes in many flavor profiles fusing herbal, citrus, fruit, sweet, and savory notes into a variety of blends.
Dark Balsamic Vinegar
The production of dark balsamic vinegar resembles that of wine making. Balsamic vinegar is an aged reduction of sweet Trebbiano grapes that are boiled in copper cauldrons, and reduced to 33% its original volume to a syrup-like base called “must.” The resulting “must” is placed into wooden barrels and an older balsamic vinegar is added to assist in the acetification.
Dark balsamic has a sweeter, and longer finish than white balsamic, which is more tart. Dark balsamic can also impart an earthy and rich flavor adding boldness to many dishes.
Our line of dark balsamic also comes in many flavor profiles fusing herbal, citrus, fruit, sweet, and savory notes into a variety of blends.