• Location: Florence, Italy
  • Duration: 6 hours (approx.)
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Head to the hills of Chianti for an Italian cooking class with transport from Florence. Learn how to make traditional Tuscan dishes at a local farm surrounded by vineyards, and enjoy hands-on instruction about preparing different kinds of pasta. Sip a glass of prosecco to start the experience, and then dive into the class, which uses homemade ingredients like olive oil, honey and wine. Finally, sit down to eat your creations.

Highlights

  • Tuscany cooking class with transportation from Florence
  • Learn how to make authentic pasta and tiramisu at a farm in the Chianti wine region
  • Work with local ingredients and produce
  • Enjoy your freshly made lunch after the class

What You Can Expect

Cooking Class in Traditional Tuscan Farm

Our farm

Customer Reviews

Ali O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

We absolutely loved this tour! Leonardo Leo, our guide, was incredibly knowledgeable about both cooking and Italian culture/history. It ended up being just my husband and I on the tour so we had a private cooking class...not to mention all the wine to ourselves! -. We ended up making a pork dish, tagliatelle, and tiramisu. Hand-making pasta is a workout, and Leo pushed us in a very fun way to make the best dough possible. We ate our delicious dishes with Leo and Roberto the owner of the farm and one of the tour assistants. The farm was rustic and beautiful and the owner made sure were well taken care of. Thank you Roberto and Leo for allowing us to experience Tuscan farm life. Sign up for this tour if you can!

Ethan R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

What a great experience! We got a chance to go out into the farmland outside of Florence and spent the day making delicious food. We made pot roast and fresh pasta, then tiramisu for dessert - such a fantastic lunch! It was fun and truly relaxing to spend the day at a rustic farmhouse sipping wine, cooking, and eating. Our guide Leonardo picked us up directly from Florence and spoke great English. He was very helpful and guided us through the whole process even though we were by no means expert chefs, then emailed us the recipes after the class when we reached out. I actually made the tiramisu again the other day for the first time since coming home, and it was amazing! Would absolutely recommend - it was a real highlight of our honeymoon!!

Paul D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

One of the highlights of our trip to Italy! We were taught how to prepare various Tuscan dishes including a pork pot roast, two kinds of tiramisu, cannelloni, and lasagne. We were also treated to snacks and wine and had a lovely meal with our guide who was entertaining and knowledgeable.

Alexander J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2017

Wonderful time - knowledgable guide and amazing class with pasta expert.

beverly c

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This cooking class and day spent in the Tuscan Farm House was a highlight of our Italy trip! Our guide was Leonardo, and he was excellent in every wasy. This 300 year old farm house was great. We had wonderful instruction on preparing a most delicious meal. Wine was great, and the learning about wines throughout the day was so fun! Dining on the pasta we made, the pork roast, the tiramasu, was perfect! The six of us in our group all decided this was a relaxing, informative day, and a perfect trip to the countryside to cook and eat and spend time with delightful Italian people. I would reccommend this trip to all who want a true Italian experience!

Conner M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Great tour, awesome host! The best thing we did in Italy by far

Helen L. R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended November 2016

Wonderful day! Pick-up was easy and the ride to the farm allowed us to see some of the countryside. As it turned out, only my daughter and I were there this day, so it was like a private cooking class. The owner/chef does not speak English so there was an interpreter. However, my daughter lives in Florence and speaks Italian so she and the chef had long conversations as we cooked. After being shown around a goat, ducks, a goose, a pony, cats and an olive grove, we were served wonderful antipasto with prosecco. Then we cooked! The same ragu, pork loin in wine, from scratch pasta and tirimisu that others have talked about. Then we ate and drank wine from the farm! Would do this again and recommend.

juliamlk014

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

My favorite day of my trip to Italy!!! There were only 4 of us in the class and so it felt like a day spent with friends drinking wine and eating great food. We made fresh pasta, pork loin in a wine sauce and tiramisu! I loved every minute of this day and would recommend it to anyone looking for a relaxing day of drinking lots of wine and eating authentic Tuscan food.

Tamara M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

This was a lovely cooking experience and I highly recommend it! We learnt how to make several dishes and our hosts were amendable as they could be to our vegetarian diet. The scenery was amazing and the company was incredible!

Carolyn S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

The hosts were terrific! We were the only three in the class - once in a lifetime experience. The fact that they picked us up from Florence and brought us back made it super easy. Highly tecommend. We and #39;ll be talking about this for years. And the food we made was five-star too! Send the recipes!

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