Expeller pressed. High in Vitamin E. High smoke point (485 degrees F). Light and delicate nutty flavor. 75% linoleic acid (omega 6). Low in saturated fat. From soil to soul. At Napa Valley Naturals, our Grapeseed Oil is pressed from the seeds of grapes that have been crushed to make wine. This is an environmentally sustainable and ecologically sound product the requires no new farmland, wafer or other natural resources to produce. Virgin land is saved from the stress of pesticides and cultivation. In addition to important ecological contributions, grapeseed oil is the ultimate everyday cooking and condiment oil. In fact, premier European chefs have been using it for centuries because of several unique qualities. Its light taste brings out the flavor of food, while its high smoke point (485 degrees F) lets you fry, bake and sauté without smoking, splattering, or burning. Its delicate, nutty flavor makes delicious light salad dressings and an ideal substitute for butter, margarine, and other saturated fats. In fact, grapeseed oil offers one of the highest concentrations of heart healthy mono and poly-unsaturated fats of any vegetable oil, and one of the lowest levels of saturated fat of any oil. And grapeseed oil is an excellent source of vitamin E, an important antioxidant, and is 75% essential linoleic kid, also known as omega 6. Lot 42 was pressed this winter. I think you'll like it a lot! A percentage of our profits go to organizations that support environmental preservation, sustainable agricultural practices, hunger prevention, and community based health initiatives. Glass recycles. Best by date printed on bottle below. www.napavalleynaturals.com. This oil is lightly filtered to maximize flavor. Cloudiness can occur under many conditions. For best results store in a cool dark place. Do not refrigerate. This product will retain its superior fresh flavor and aroma for at least 6 months after opening. Judge each day not by the harvest you reap, but by the seed you plant. Packed in California. Product of Chile. Bottled in the USA.