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Recommendations for authentic cooking class in Tuscany

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My husband and I will be staying in north Chianti for 3 nights for our first anniversary. We want to take an authentic and fun cooking class (that doesn't take the entire day away from us and isn't too large). We plan on visiting towns in the area like Greve, San Gimignano, Cortona, and Siena. (If anyone has suggestions on which towns in Tuscany are a must-see, please let me know!) So, we could take a class in any of these places, or in the countryside at a vineyard while also doing a wine tasting. Any advice is greatly appreciated!!

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