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8 Days Domenica Marchetti Wine, Cooking Vacation in Italy
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Abruzzo, Italy

Culinary Vacations with Domenica Marchetti in Italy

Take a one-of-a-kind, deep dive into real Italy. Savor the food, the wine and the local people in a way that is unique. Dine in the most amazing restaurants and experience the finest wines of the region. Meet, chat and dine with the locals. Take part in at least two hands-on cooking classes offered by Domenica Marchetti, NY Times best Italian cookbook author.

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  • Vineyard tours
  • Cooking classses
  • Meals in locations frequented by locals
  • Visits to producers of saffron and olive oil with tastings
  • Excursions to Abruzzos majestic castles, abbeys, medieval villages, lively cities
  • Excursions with truffle hunters and cheese makers
  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Recipes to take home


3 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 12 participants
Airport transfer included: Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport
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You will stay in two different well-appointed B&B's.


“Vivere per mangiare e non mangiare per vivere” (Live to eat and not eat to live) - old Italian proverb. Travel with AbruzzoPresto! to discover the little known treasure of Abruzzese cuisine. Sample astonishing local wines; Trebbiano, Montepulciano D’Abruzzo, Cerasuolo and Pecorino in lush vineyard settings. Take private cooking classes offered by guest chefs and local village cooks. Meet artisan cheese producers whose families have produced luscious sheep’s and cow’s milk cheeses for generations. Join in on a truffle hunt and sample this “black gold” of Abruzzo in local cookery. Visit a saffron producer; learn the art of olive-oil tasting from a certified olive oil sommelier. Savor master creations at Abruzzo’s best restaurants with chefs hailing from the world famous culinary school of Villa Santa Maria. Discover the breathtaking terrain and attractions that have shaped this rich comestible environment.


Domenica Marchetti


You will discover the warmth that is Abruzzo from the moment you step out of your vehicle after climbing up the long road pointing straight toward the majestic Maiella Mountain. The people of Abruzzo are the most hospitable and generous you will ever meet. The Abruzzese people have greatly influenced the world and have significantly contributed to literature, music, science, sculpture, poetry, technology, culture, commerce and cuisine. They are generally known for their localism and strict attention to family values and devoutness to the Christian faith and association with the Roman Catholic Church.

Although there were people living in the Abruzzo region during the late Neolithic Period 5,000 B.C. to 2,000 B.C, most Abruzzese have a common Roman ancestry as well as a variety of other ancestries including Norman, Swedish, Spanish and Austrian. The highest compliment that must be paid to the people is for their local cuisine. Throughout the rest of Italy, when one mentions places or people they know in Abruzzo, the guaranteed response is; in Abruzzo si mangia bene! (In Abruzzo, one eats well!). That is an understatement.

The Abruzzese people share an abundance of life and pleasure in their natural resources. They are keenly aware of the beauty that surrounds them. The mountains, the sea and the land bring them joy and help define who they are. There is no scarcity of pride in being Abruzzese. An expression we have used with the locals, at which they immediately nod in agreement is; Anche se non siamo ricchi, viviamo una vita di richezza costante! (Though we may not be rich, we live a life of constant richness!).

Many house-hold names hailed ancestrally from Abruzzo. A short list of these people include Madonna, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Mario Lanza, Rocky Marciano, Bruno Sammartino, Henry Mancini, Perry Como, Tommy Lasorda, Gabriele DAnnunzio, Francesco Paolo Tosti, Filippo De Cecco and Mario Batali.

What's included

  • 7 nights accommodation
  • Transfers from and to Rome-Fiumicino in a luxury motor coach
  • Meals in locations frequented by locals, serving the freshest seasonal foods, prepared with a masterful touch
  • Vineyard tours with owners of superb local cantinas producing Abruzzo’s finest wines
  • Personalized guided excursions to Abruzzo’s majestic castles, medieval villages, enchanting cities
  • Traditional food experiences in authentic Italy
  • Meet local food artisans who maintain a vivid and strong culinary heritage: cheese makers, truffle hunters, saffron producers, local farmers and the best olive oil producers
  • Meet the chefs and gather culinary tips along your adventure
  • Taste Abruzzo’s mouth-watering cuisine - Porchetta, Arrosticini, Pasta alla Chitarra, fine hand-cured meats, and luscious fresh cheeses
  • Hands-on cooking classes with Domenica who will provide her expert gastronomic point-of-view
  • Recipes to take home
  • Alcoholic beverages

What's not included

  • Flight
  • Tips

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by plane

Book your flight to arrive at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO). Pick-up and drop-off are included in the price.

Airport: Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport Airport transfer included: Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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