Bread Making Class at a Farm in Pienza Bread and butter, hands on dough!

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Bread Making Class at a Farm in Pienza - TRIP CODE: WFPIEN04

If you love the smell of a freshly baked loaf of bread, you cannot miss the opportunity to learn to make it yourself! Together with the owner of a farmhouse located on top of a hill with a breathtaking view of the town of Pienza, learn about different grain varieties and preparation methods to obtain the perfect dough at home. Prepare three types of bread and while the doughs are rising, have a guided tour of the farm. Afterwards, put your bread in a wood oven and enjoy it later on during lunch or dinner.

 

Duration:

Approx. 5 hours

 

What's included:

  • Guided visit to a farm and bread making class (shared or private).
  • 4-course lunch / dinner (bread basket, garden salad, pasta course, cheese platter, dessert, wine).
  • Private transfer from/to your accommodation (optional).

Price on request

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS

Reservations:

A non-refundable deposit of 10% of the total amount is required at the TIME OF BOOKING to secure your reservation. The balance is then due 72 hours BEFORE experience beginning.

Bookings made LATER THAN 72 hours BEFORE experience beginning must be paid by lump-sum settlement.

 

Cancellations:

Any cancellation by you must be notified by email to info@acrosstuscany.com.

We will acknowledge your cancellation by email.

Cancellations received UP to 72 hours BEFORE experience beginning: 10% CHARGE (deposit).

Cancellations received LATER THAN 72 hours BEFORE experience beginning, late arrivals and no shows: NO REFUND.

This is applicable to any participant that fails to arrive, or arrives after experience beginning.

 

Rain policy:

This experience runs rain or shine.

 

Notes:

Upon booking, please let us know if you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions.



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