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L'Uccellare

Antella, Italy
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Guided course concerning extravirgin olive oil tasting. Ancients Coaches Collection: The present specimen hailing from different periods and different nations. The oldest dates back to 1300. Others are dated in the second half of the fifteenth century in Hungary about which originates the "Chariot". Different types of coaches are exposed although the most common and important are the Carriage and the Landau.
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saibot77777 wrote a review Nov 2016
Munich, Germany2 contributions2 helpful votes
The experience we had was very educational and interesting. We did not understand the flavor of an excellent extra virgin olive oil since our experienced was different. We wanted to thank our host for educating us and explaining the characteristic of an excellent extra virgin olive oil. Now when we dine at an Italian restaurant we made it a point to taste their olive oil. We shared our knowledge on what constitute an excellent extra virgin olive oil and the healthy benefits to our friends and family.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Carlo M wrote a review Apr 2015
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My wife found out about this wonderful florentine house on a website. We were attracted by the possibility of testing and learning about some of the world famous olive oil of this region. Also we thought it could be cool for the kids to see the horse karts and carriages collection dating back to the 1600!!! The visit surprised us in many ways as we were introduced to a fabulous orchard with all sorts of citrus, many wonderful birds such as peacocks, parrots and doves, and a fabulous mansion with a superb library on top of the advertised features. After seeing all that we went into the dedicated area for oil tasting where a detailed explanation was soon followed by the tasting. To our surprised what was meant to be a snack offered in the price of the visit turned out to be a very nice lunch. Our noisy young ones were most welcome and happy to see the beautiful nature around the mansion. We spent few wonderful hours and we are looking forward going back again! Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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