Author Archives: Dominique

Paola’s Sensual Cooking Class

Old Frascati Food & Wine is excited to announce that we have added a new ‘Sensual Cooking Class’ with our famous, Paola! Available Wednesday and Saturday in the AM or for private bookings. This class will be geared towards using … Read More

Old Frascati Food & Wine – A Cultural Association!

Welcome to Old Frascati Food & Wine, a cultural association based in Frascati, we work with local vintners, artisans, chefs, historians and sommeliers to show you the best that Frascati has to offer! We have several food and wine tours … Read More

Discover Frascati!

Take a break from site seeing in Rome to come discover beautiful Frascati! www.oldfrascati.com

Taking the Train to Frascati!

For our wine tours in Frascati we always suggest taking the train since it’s so fast, cheap & easy πŸ™‚ Here is a quick video on how not to miss the train to Frascati.

Pizza Recipe!Pizza Making and Wine Tasting at The Old Frascati Wine Tour!

The Old Frascati Wine Tour!

Frascati is one of the most historic wine regions of Italy! Just a quick train ride from Rome, discover the culture & traditions, the food & wine of Frascati! Half-Day Food & Wine Tours, Cooking Classes, Pizza Making and Wine … Read More

Summertime at The Old Frascati Wine Tour 2018!

So we’ve said before that autumn was our favorite season in Frascati… This was last year after the hottest summer on record in Rome and Frascati, and definitely the cooler temperatures were a much needed break in 2017… This year … Read More

Antico Forno Cerali’s Pizza & Porchetta!

Frascati’s last wood burning oven is located in a building from 1380 and is one of my favorite stops on our tour around the center of town on our ‘Classic Half-Day Wine Tour‘. Eugenio Cerali and his family have kept … Read More

The Old Frascati Wine Tour!

Autumn is our favorite season at The Old Frascati Wine Tour!

After a long hot summer and an unusually wet September we’ve finally made it to our favorite season in Frascati: Autumn! Due to the record breaking high temperatures this summer and the long drought from April until September, it was … Read More