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what you must know about italian food and small wine group
As the largest city in northern Italy’s Emilia -Romagna region, Bologna automatically becomes the best place where you can familiarize yourself with the Italian cuisines. It is usually an eight-hour tour that visits boutique producers of prosciutto, balsamic vinegar, Parmesan cheese, and wine. You also get four different savor samples of wines and food along the journey. You first work up an appetite at the producer's grounds; you then head to a family-run restaurant to have a six-course Italian lunch, which includes local wines and house-made pasta.
Features of the food tour.
- You get to have some free samples of four foods and tasting of wines at the factories. You are taken to the four-local production factories for prosciutto, Parmesan cheese, wine, and balsamic vinegar.
- It is popping into a delicious six-course meal in a family-run restaurant.
- Getting bottled water and a place to place using minivan that is air condoned with free Wi-Fi.
- Availability of pick up and drop off from the hotel.
- You also receive an expert guide.
- There is also a savory breakfast.
On top of these features, it’s worth noting these additional features.
- The confirmation is usually received during the booking time.
- One is required to state or advise on any dietary requirement during the booking time for the Italy food tours.
- If a vegetarian, state so during booking.
- Infants can share the tasting with their parents.
What is the expectation of this food tour?
Depending on your check out option, you can be picked from the hotel at 8 am or at the train station at 8:15 or the airport at 8:30. You are also required to listen to your guide's commentary during your travel in the minivan. A local parmesan cheese factory is usually the first stop. Here, you go through the steps of making those parmesan cheeses then going to the aging room where you will see 30000 cheese wheels. This way, you can get a chance to sample the authentic different age cheeses.
The next stop is for the prosciutto producer. The agenda here is rest cellars, hot rooms, aging rooms, and salt cellars. You then get to taste the prosciutto accompanied by wine. From there, you go to your third itinerary, which is a boutique balsamic vinegar producer. You will be taken to the cellars where 1000 barrels of Italy’s real treasure is kept. Here, you can sample some balsamic vinegar as you learn more of the family secret and recipes. You finally end your tour with a family-run restaurant found in the area. Here, you enjoy your 6-course gourmet lunch, which includes local wine and house-made pasta.
Finally, if at any point you feel like canceling your Italy food tours, you will get your full refund. However, this will happen if you cancel the trip 24 hours in advance to the set date of the food tour.