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Cooking Class at Antinori

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I'm looking for information about the cooking school associated with the Osteria di Passignano in Badia a Passignano in Tuscany. We really want to have a meal here too, so it seems a good idea to combine it with an afternoon cooking class.

The restaurant has a Michelin star but I can't find any reviews of the cooking school, was hoping that someone has been or has heard if it's worth the cost, which is 210 euros a person.

We are staying in San Casciano, so it is an easy drive back to our agriturismo.

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