• Location: Greve In Chianti, Italy
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 149.74 View price calendar

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Spend a half-day in the Tuscan countryside learning a new skill with this cooking class in Chianti. Learn the secrets of cooking like a Tuscan in the kitchen of a Renaissance villa. Get hands-on experience with guidance from knowledgeable chef instructors. Prepare either lunch or dinner, depending on the class you choose, and then eat what you've made along with local wine.


  • Half-day cooking class in the Chianti region of Tuscany
  • Get hands-on cooking experience in the kitchen of a Renaissance villa
  • Learn the secrets of Tuscan cooking from knowledgeable chefs
  • Prepare a multi-course lunch or dinner menu
  • Eat what you've prepared at the end of class, along with wine

What You Can Expect

Cooking Classes in Tuscany Among the Chianti Vineyards

Honeymoon and homemade pasta

Customer Reviews

Adrian C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

We had a wonderful time cooking with Juditta! She was very patient with us, even though we were beginners, and shared a lot of useful "grandma" secrets. The place was very charming and Juditta was an excellent host / instructor.

Carolyn I

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

This was the highlight of our Chianti time! Personalized cooking class, well organized and fun. We made pasta, several dishes and dessert. Friendly, experienced chef! Highly recommend this!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This experience was even better than expected. The drive to the villa was beautiful on scenic roads (we drove ourselves in a rental car). The villa itself was impressive. It was great having a private lesson for just me and my boyfriend. Our chef Giuditta was outstanding and our finished meal was A+

Debbe N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Great place to experience Tuscany cooking, the villa was a special treat. Our chef was excellent and we will definitely use what we learned.

Lauren C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

December is low season so it was just the tour guide, my friend and I. It made for a perfect tour. We saw all the main streets of Lucca, ate some fantastic food and relaxed at the end for some wine and cheese. The tour guide was very accommodating for my vegetarian needs.

mark v

4 star rating: Recommended August 2017

The cooking class was absolutely worth it, we really enjoyed the class, instructor, classmates and of course eating our homework. Our instructor did a wonderful job of engaging with the students, teaching some interesting techniques, and hosting our dinner. The only downside was the facility. Class was in an ancient villa, through sort of a side door to a marginally clean kitchen area. Part of the place is rented to families that roamed around, and another part isoccupied by the owner who wandered out when we arrived. He had a holey tee-shirt and worn out pants, and could've used a shower. Really nice guy once we talked to him, but not the ideal intro to a cooking class. Would HIGHLY recommend finding a better facility, because the class itself and the instructor were superb!

Beth S

3 star rating: Worth doing August 2017

Truly enjoyed the cooking class and our chef! I would give her a 5 out of 5 however, the location - a tuscan villa among the Chianti Vineyards was very misleading. The villa was hidden in the trees, crumbling down around us and we were only allowed in the kitchen and to see two rooms. Although we enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine at the end, I was under the impression it would be more of a wine tasting as we cooked. This was my mistake. We still enjoyed the food and fun of making it!

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