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Tuscany Wheelchair Accessible Cooking Class
In 1991 the owners fell in love with a Tuscany wheelchair accessible cooking class that was 300 years old, located on top of one of the renowned rolling hills.
With a breathtaking view of the town of Pienza, the medieval village of Monticchiello and Mount Amiata and the Val D'Orcia.
They left their jobs to found the organic farm and started a life closer to the rhythms of nature, following their interest in sheep farming and agricultural and dairy work.
Today you can also find a farm restaurant with a wonderful terrace, an agri-camping, a dairy, a room dedicated to cooking classes and a small farm shop on the farm, where you can buy all the delicious products.
Private Tuscany Wheelchair Accessible Cooking Class
During the Tuscany wheelchair accessible cooking class guided tour of the farm you, can see with your own eyes what it means to live a peasant life today here in Val D'Orcia.
They will show you their daily life from the barn to the dairy.
Get to know their animals from donkeys to sheep while they will explain their role there on the farm.
After that they will take you to the dairy where you can learn more about their cheeses, which you will then try during a cheese tasting.
Tuscany Wheelchair Cooking Class Tours
Together with Mrs Sandra, owner of the Tuscany wheelchair accessible cooking class farmhouse you dive into the world of Italian cuisine.
During the lesson you learn how to prepare a complete menu and while you will grab some ingredients straight from the farm grounds, knead and stir.
Sandra will tell you episodes related to her life on the farm, notions on organic farming and the experience made over the past twenty years at the farmhouse.
The ingredients used during the cooking class will naturally be produced by them and at the end you will taste the fruit of your work together with the cheeses produced in their dairy
Tuscany Wheelchair Pasta Class Tours
During their Tuscany wheelchair accessible cooking class Pasta class, Sandra teaches you how to make three different types of fresh pasta and the best sauces to accompany them.
During a guided tour of the farm you are actually going to pick some of the ingredients from the farm grounds, learning more about what it means to be an organic farm here in the Val D'Orcia.
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