Encounter the Joy of Delights of Puglia's Olive Oil1857277

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Italy been known for its wine for centuries, and it is now exported all over the globe. Olive oil is just as a vibrant an export as well, and in the delightful area of Puglia there are a lot of beautiful groves to go to when on holiday. Many travellers will tour wineries about their Puglia hotels, but it is also nicely worth taking some time to discover the thriving olive business as nicely. Each region presents opportunities to sample different varieties, see olive mills and even assist out in production. Take a tour or a brief road trip to go to these extraordinary businesses to learn every thing there is to know about making these tasty olive oils.

Pressing olives in Fasano

It can be a real thrill to learn and see how olives are turned into olive oils. Visit Fasano for a look at the history of production and how it's been achieved for generations. The home there that holds the olive press dates back to the 12th century A.D and there is an additional 18th century oil mill in town that has been restored back to its original splendour. Whilst touring the beautiful architectural wonders of Fasano, learn even much more about the trade at the Olive Oil Museum. Feel free to examine old tools and learn about methods mastered by individuals of the past in order to produce the finest high quality oils. Stock up on samples as gift or to enjoy with some local bread back in one of the Puglia hotels.

Castelli's groves and vineyards

As a land of stunning country estates, Castelli is the ideal stop to make when staying in nearby Puglia hotels. Nestled in a picturesque valley, there are a lot of beautiful archways and tunnels to stroll via, but the highlight in this area is the large underground oil mill known as Trappeto del Duca. Indulge in a picnic in one of the estates that host olive groves, fig tree farms and, of course, vineyards. Some of these establishments will provide meals as well, featuring many locally sourced ingredients presented in classic Italian dishes. Although becoming spoiled with a delectable meal is sublime, adventurous visitors can also attempt their hand at a cooking class, utilizing the oils, wines and other components from the region in their dishes.

Sipping wine and seeing castles

While the oil mill in Mesange is gorgeous, it is no longer used for pressing olives. But the consolation prize is the town's castle, complete with its underground oil mill now converted into a wine bar. Before heading back to your Puglia hotels, enjoy a local libation, possibly paired with fresh bread and some rich, herb infused oils.

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