We enjoyed it so much, we visited it a second time.
If you enjoy olive oil in your diet or your just curious what all the fuss is about when others talk about it, then this is for you. Whether you're looking for the history, the economics or the "how it's made" then the tour and the Q&A should leave you in little doubt. Covering everything that most people would ask but also some very interesting anecdotes (which I won't spoil here).
After the tour you also have the pleasure of the tasting session revolving around the different olive products and even a little of the local wine (be careful, it's strong stuff).
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