Antico Frantoio Nunzi

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Antico Frantoio Nunzi
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8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Extra Virgin Olive Oil since 1860. A pleasant place, surrounded by Umbria's green hills, where tradition and family values are reflected in the quality, attention to details and service to our guests.
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SisterJ
Sheffield, UK112 contributions
Nov 2021 • Friends
We had a lovely Sunday lunch with typical Umbrian food, newly pressed olive oil and local wine. Simonetta was very welcoming and explained the dishes and recipes. This is our second time here and it never fails to deliver good food, wine and olive oil.
Written 10 November 2021
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Mariël K
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Sep 2021 • Friends
We had a lovely lunch, with an olive oil tour and tasting. Very special!! The family is super friendly, heartwarming, and we had the best lunch during our stay in Perugia
Written 17 September 2021
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Thank you very mutch..
Written 27 September 2021
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Herbie H
Cape Town, South Africa2 contributions
Sep 2019
We stopped at Antico Frantoio Nunzi, a smallish family run business after returning from a wine tasting in the area. Our landlady on the farm where we stayed (see Let's cook in Umbria) recommended both visits - one for the wine tasting and the other for olive oil. I am not a big fan of tasting olive oil in its natural state, preferring to taste it in pasta and salads etc. However I was so bowled over by the fresh, fruity and smooth taste of this particular oil, that we brought back a litre with us. (This says a lot, as I normally bring back only very special whiskies!). The visit to the olive oil presses was just as interesting and informative, from the old style mechanical presses (I love good engineering) to the new electronic press process, Matteo explained everything in a beautiful italian accent ... oh and by the way, for the young ladies, he is just as suave and good looking as his name suggests! The is easily the best olive oil I have tasted and is highly recommended! This "green gold" is reasonably priced for what you get and I would highly recommend a visit if you can fit it into your schedule.
Written 5 October 2019
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Jess G
London, UK50 contributions
Sep 2019
We stopped at Antico Frantoio Nunzi at the last minute after a wine tour. The olive oil tour was recommended to us and as we had an hour to spare we made a small detour. What a brilliant experience. We had a tour of the new cold press process and equipment and also got to see how olive oil was processed back in the day. Both were very interesting and I learned that they use the whole olive, including the pip so no waste. The olive oil is fabulous and very reasonably priced considering the long and expensive process to extract this "green gold". I would highly recommend a stop to try and buy this lovely olive oil.
Written 25 September 2019
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Kevin
West Chester, OH2 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
My wife and I visited Antico Frantoio Nunzi in mid April 2019 and what a truly wonderful experience it was. This was one of the stops that our tour guide for the day had taken us on and we loved every second. A family owned and operated Extra Virgin Olive Oil manufacturing site that truly embraces every little detail to give their customers the very best. Despite not being in production during our stay, the owners took us for a 45 minute tour through their plant showing us the manufacturing process using their new state of the art equipment as well as their old antique process still in place, but not used for the past 10 years. After the tour, we were taken to a separate building where they showed us the proper way to taste Olive Oil, then provided us with a true Italian Feast that could have fed us for days, with wine and their delicious hand made Olive Oil. Their hospitality was second to none. We would recommend this to everyone.
Written 29 May 2019
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Donna R
Basking Ridge, NJ28 contributions
Nov 2018 • Couples
When we visited Antico Frantoio Nunzi it was olive harvest season. Although the weather didn't permit us to pick from the trees, we did see neighboring residents bringing their own olives for processing. The owner explained the machine process and how they use everything including the pits ground up for bio fuel. We had a tasting in their beautiful party room and purchased some oil to bring home. Great day!
Written 16 November 2018
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Sigalit B
Ra'anana, Israel166 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
we visited Antico Frantoio Nunzi for learning about how to get extra virgin olive oil.
the Nunzi couple were so friendly and welcoming. they showed us the machines the the past (that are still working) and the machine that they are using in the last years. in was interesting experience. we had excellent lunch with them including great wines. wonderful atmosphere in beautiful place.
Written 27 September 2018
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Dear sirs, Thank you so much for visiting us. It was a pleasure to welcome you in our company. We hope to have been good enough to instill you the authenticity of our organization. Come and visit us again when you come to Umbria !! K: Regards, Antico Frantoio Nunzi
Written 29 September 2018
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Carmina
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic69 contributions
Aug 2018 • Couples
We wanted to learn about the process to produce extra virgin olive oil so visited this traditional place on the hills of Bevagna that has belong to the family for several generations. We were really impress by the hospitality of its owners and the delicious tasting of the oil in a very abundant lunch made with products cultivated right there. We loved all of them. The best lentils, tomatoes bruschetta, aubergines, local cheeses and ham, sausages......

This was an unforgettable experience that gave us the opportunity to share our time with this family that opened the doors of their home to us.
Written 21 August 2018
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Good afternoon Carmiña, Many thanks for your good review! It was a real pleasure to show you our hospitality. Do not forget that the new E. V Olive oil is getting close! See you next time! k. regards
Written 29 September 2018
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ibgor
Woodbury, NY1 contribution
Jul 2018 • Couples
My wife and I were scheduled for a tour of the olive oil mill and olive oil tasting. When we were finished with the tour the owner explained that just tasting olive oil was not enough of an experience so they brought us to the kitchen, we helped make the pasta and then sat down for an unexpected delicious lunch with their family which included homemade pizza, homemade pasta, delicious wine and, of course, their incredible olive oil. We had such a great experience, they made us feel like family. We were sorry to leave. One of the highlights of our trip to Italy so far.
Written 24 July 2018
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James O
San Diego, CA66 contributions
May 2018 • Friends
Italians are passionate about having high-quality olive oil, and lots of it. Almost every family in this area has their own grove of olive trees. There’s a great art to properly growing olives, especially the timing of the annual harvest. And once the olives are picked, the speed and technique of producing olive oil is critical. Everyone in this area grows and produces his or her own olive oil to get the best quality; no one would think of just buying it at the grocery store like we do back home in the States.

This restaurant features a community olive oil mill on the grounds. We were lucky enough to have a tour explaining how the locals bring their olives to the mill every year to be processed. It is important to be able to extract the oil from the olives quickly and with as little heat as possible to reduce oxidation, which degrades the quality of the oil.

We then had a fresh, sumptuous, multi-course lunch with wine, which was absolutely wonderful. The woman who runs the restaurant was very friendly and welcoming to our group of about two dozen Americans. I am told it was her also who prepared all our food, too. This was a delightful visit that was both educational and delicious!
Written 26 May 2018
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