Eno-One

Eno-One, Reggio Emilia: Hours, Address, Eno-One Reviews: 5/5

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Anne Bogdanovic Meglioli is available for historical, artistic and food and wines tours in Reggio Emilia and also in the Emilia Romagna region. In Italian, English or French (native speaker). Brochure in Italian, English or French Main qualifications: official professional patent for tourist guide for Emilia Romagna in Italian, English and French released by the province of Reggio Emilia, May 2003 #106 official wine Taster diploma, released by ONAV (Asti). Official olive oil Taster diploma, released by ONAOO (Imperia) official traditional balsamic vinegar Taster diploma, released by the Consortium for the protection of traditional balsamic vinegar from Reggio Emilia official cheese taster diploma, released by the ONAF (Grinzane Cavour) official Parmigiano-Reggiano taster diploma, released by the Associazione degli Assaggiatori di Parmigiano-Reggiano (Reggio Emilia) Specialization in Food and Wine and local traditions released by the province of Reggio Emilia Member of the Association Reggio Emilia Tourist guides and Province
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bern247
Melbourne, Australia44 contributions
Solo
I booked this tour easily via email a few days earlier (whilst I was still in Australia) and the amount of information provided was excellent.
The tour itself was fantastic. Anne presented in English and was both informative and entertaining. Other than being an enthusiastic consumer I haven’t had a huge amount of interest in how cheese is made but this was a great experience and definitely one to do when you are in this area. A real bonus is it is free and there was no pressure to buy.
Written January 10, 2020
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JessRZE
Upstate NY1 contribution
Family
My parents and I had a free personal tour in english of the parmesan dairy in Reggio Emilia (nearly 1.5 hours)

The guide was very informative and we got a tour of the entire factory and cheese making process and learned a lot about the production.

We were able to arrange the tour on only a few days notice which was excellent. You have to arrange the tours through the cheese consortium unless you want to spend lots of money (upwards of EUR 70 pp) with a private tour company. I had been emailing the consortium in Parma (which was where our hotel was) but the Parma consortium only allowed tours with an excess of 10 people, so finally I spontaneously emailed Reggio Emilia just beforehand to see if they had the possibility. The responded in less than half hour and the tour was booked, and only about a 20 min drive.

The tour itself is free, but at the end you are brought to the shop for some tastings, where I assume it is expected to buy something. But it was definitely worthwhile as their prices are very reasonable and you can get everything vacuum packed. I'm still using my parmesan cheese from 5 months ago!

Would definitely recommend to anyone interested in learning a bit more about the local culture of cheesemaking directly from the source.
Written October 28, 2014
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JDanek
Merchantville, NJ127 contributions
Couples
We visited Italy last June, 2014. I was very interested in a Parmesan cheese tour,
and found this free tour. This was so interesting watching them make the cheese from start to finish. Anne was our guide, and was very nice and answered all of our questions. We were not rushed at all (I believe the tour was about one and a half hours or longer.) It was a very small group, if I recall only about 5 or 6 people total. After the tour they gave a tasting of various aged cheese. It was delicious. We never felt pressured in any way to purchase the cheese, in fact the tasting was done outside of the store that they have. However, we did purchase some cheese. It was much cheaper than in the US. I kept it cool the entire time, and took home some gifts. I would highly recommend this very interesting tour.
Written April 11, 2015
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MarySogni
Seattle, WA826 contributions
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TripAdvisor would not let me create a new listing for the consortium noted in the title, so I had to place my review here. To set up a private tour of a cheese factory in Emilia Romagna you contact the consortium that represents 300 dairies and they will pick one of their dairies. You have to contact the consortia at least a week before you wish to visit, and they will then send you the address of where to meet to guide. The cost is free and our guide was fluent in English and spent 2 hours with us explaining and letting us watch every step in the cheese making process. It is great for photography.
Anne was our guide (for my group of 3). We started with the cows and the milking/feeding (which is done to achieve the taste of the cheese), saw the containers of milk and the process of taking the cream, cooking with whey to get the curds, creating the forms, and drying the cheese, and the seasoning room. The consortia makes 2000 wheels a day across their dairies under strict standards, and you go into the rooms with active processes. We got to taste the curds, and at the end, the cheese of various ages. The seasoning room was what I wanted to photograph, which was about 25 ft tall and huge... With cheese rounds weighing nearly 90 lbs filling the space (I will try to add a few photos when they are uploaded ). There is some cheese that does not pass muster, and the showed us how they mark that cheese.
This was a great tour. Our dairy was outside Emilia Romana in farmland, so you either need a car or take a taxi. We all bought cheese to take home to the US that Is vacuum packed.
The dairy we were sent to was LATTERIA COOP.VA DI VILLA CURTA
The consortium can be reached at sezionere@parmigianoreggiano.it
Written October 23, 2015
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YuliaAndRoman
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Couples
We've been to many beautiful places in Italy, but we've found ourselves mostly telling stories about our visit at the Parmigiano Reggiano cheese factory. Anne, who was our guide for the 2 hours at the factory, has shown us all the preparation stages of the cheese in real time - from the moment the milk arrived at the factory, through the preparation stages that were done step by step right in front of us, to the maturation rooms and the tasting session in the end. Anne was very nice and knowledgeable and her stories about the process, the history and the community were very interesting, and she really made us feel part of the process. We highly recommend not to miss this tour with Anne.
Written October 23, 2014
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scoobychups
Vancouver, Canada15 contributions
My husband was interested in a Parmesan cheese tour so he booked this tour through the Consorzio Del Formaggio Parmigiano-Reggiano before we left for Europe. We were met at a dairy in Reggio Emilia by Anne who gave us a very informative and interesting tour on how the cheese is made. She also educated us on the designation of origin protection. At the end of the tour we had the opportunity to purchase items from the store but it was made clear that this was not obligatory. However, I highly recommend purchasing some cheese, panna cotta, balsamic etc. Because it was all so delicious.
Written November 2, 2014
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mdl3
ct16 contributions
Family
My husband and I and our three daughters, ages 14,16,and 18, thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Anne. It was extremely informative, yet incredibly interesting as well! Since arriving home, her tour has been brought up quite a few times, whether it be as the girls smell their cheese before they taste it or at the store identifying true Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. We had a five star experience, and would highly recommend adding this tour to your itinerary while visiting this area!
Written October 15, 2014
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