We visited Antico Frantoio Nunzi for lunch and a tour as part of a Road Scholar tour. The setting was beautiful and the tour through the mill was really interesting. Both old methods and new ways of producing the oil were explained and both are used today. Our lunch was great served in a specially decorated room by members of the family. Of course there was plenty of tasty bread to help enjoy the olive oil. The homemade llentil soup was exceptional. Later we noticed packages of the tiny lentils were for sale along with the olive oil. The owners were very welcoming and enjoyed explaining the olive oil making process. This was a nice way to spend a few hours in this beautiful part of Italy.
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