Our group had such a good time! Alessandro, the owner, was so high energy and authentic and engaging that it really made the experience memorable. Alessandro, the tour guide, same named but different guy, was great also.
The tour through the parm factory, the balsamic tour and the prosciutto factory were all interesting and a great experience.
Breakfast was served at the balsamic farm, which was the second stop, and consisted of croissants and small sandwiches and espresso and breakfast wine (I’ve never heard of that before) and of course a balsamic and Parmesan tasting.
Last was the lunch in which the first phase was prosciutto, salad, peppers, bruschetta and several wines. That first phase was enough food to fill the belly. Then there was a second phase of three pastas (all delicious) , wine pairings and tiramisu and coffee. It was a ton of all delicious food so bring your appetite!