About The Village of Pinehurst Location
The Pinehurst Olive Oils Co. is located near the Carolina Hotel in The Village of Pinehurst, a uniquely charming area rich in history.
Widely known among golf enthusiasts, The Village of Pinehurst and the surrounding community draw visitors from around the globe. Guests to the region experience pristine golf courses, comforting spa services, delicious restaurant fare, and quaint shops that appeal to a variety of tastes. Perhaps the most enticing allure, however, is the unparalleled friendliness and hospitality in this genteel southern community.
It’s what keeps people coming back again…and again.
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"The staff is always so happy to introduce new flavors and share their experiences with the vast amounts of oils and vinaigrettes that are offered. It's always fun for me to have a new culinary experience and to stretch my cooking horizons."
"Kim was the star of the store! So kind and personable, we could have stood all day and talked with her. I purchased and also highly suggest the key lime white balsamic vinegar. It delivers the perfect summer tang to any salad! I will be back for more bottles of olive oil goodness the next time I visit Pinehurst!"
"The folks at Pinehurst olive Oil company is a gem tucked away in the Village of Pinehurst. If you love olive oil then you will fall in love with their 18 year old balsamic vinegar, it is absolutely phenomenal. From the moment you walk in you feel like family and I promise you, you'll leave with the best olive oil and vinegar you've ever had."
"This store has the most delicious oils and vinegars. They have an amazing selection to choose from as well. I was in there today and got the pleasure of meeting Kim. She was very patient with me tasting and asking questions. thank you Kim for being so gracious, professional and sweet. Will for sure be back"
The History Of The Village Of Pinehurst
In 1895, philanthropist James W. Tufts purchased 5,800 acres of desolate, sandy land in the Sandhills region of North Carolina. Once a beautiful pine forest, the land had been ravaged as trees were harvested to be used for building materials and in the production turpentine.
Tufts saw potential in the devastated landscape. He envisioned creating a retreat where middle-class Americans could recuperate from the ailments of the time. His plans included the creation of a New England-style village that would be green year-round and easily accessible by winding walkways.