Friday, 21 May 2010

Olive Farm - Tuscania

After our short visit to Tuscania, we had a short coach ride to this Farm house and shop to see where they grow the olives to make their olive-oil.
We were invited into the shop for a glass of wine and to taste all their flavours of olive oil, with crusty bread and a selection of meats and cheeses, we were then invited to buy their olive oils, of which we bought 2 types.
The next post will be a tour around their farm and house.
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11 comments:

CambridgeLady said...

Wine, crusty bread and olive oil ..... mmmmm .... very Mediterranean ... Hope we get a taste of the Med this weekend in the UK ... looks like a hot one. Have a good weekend :o)

Cezar and Léia said...

hummm sounds really good! :)
Glad to know you enjoyed there!Beautiful place!
Léia

Darla said...

That sounds like fun...the wine part anyway,lol.

joey said...

You are on the trip of my dreams ... keep 'em coming!

Sunny said...

Sounds very yummy! Olive oil is very good for you.
☼ Sunny

RuneE said...

That must be place for me - I take a spoonful of olive oil each morning. A delightful setting and one more place to put on our list of where to go.

George said...

This sounds like a delicious place to visit. Crusty bread and olive oil sounds like a great snack to me.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Yum----that bread and olive oil sounds wonderful... Did you get to see the olives on the farm???? Hope you show that to us.
Betsy

Linda Higgins said...

breaking garlic bread and dipping it in pure delightful rich virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar....heaven! I wish I were there!

Staffan H said...

Olive oil is something I often use. It must be very interesting to visit places like that and I love the architecture you have shown.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: That is a wonderful villa.