Cesare Battisti was a historical figure known for his sacrifice and irredentist ideals of annexing Trentino to Italy. Nineteen fellow citizens of Vetralla, after having fought in the First World War inspired by the figure Cesare Battisti, have returned home. These 19 survivors, in 1919, founded the Cesare Battisti Agricultural Cooperative Society for the transformation and sale of grapes, cereals and Italian extra virgin olive oil.
The Cooperative is named after Cesare Battisti, in memory and celebration of a historical figure who inspired the return home. The tradition for the activities of the Cesare Battisti Agricultural Cooperative Society, in particular for the production of Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil, is in its fourth generation: "From Father to Son".
The members of the Cooperative cultivate the olive groves and take care of the olives in the Vetralla area and in the Tuscia Viterbese, with a passion for quality in producing a unique and unrepeatable Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Tradition is combined with the most modern harvesting and subsequent processing technologies through precise certification systems to ensure maximum transparency and traceability.