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Rome: Wine Tastings & Pizza Cooking Class with Fried Pizza

Rome: Wine Tastings & Pizza Cooking Class with Fried Pizza

From US$ 80.49 per person

Learn how to make your own pizza and pair it with elegant Italian wines. Explore the lively Trionfale Food Market and taste the classic thin-crust Roman pizza, fried pizza, as well as delicious local wines. Then attend your authentic pizza making class!

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Duration 2 hours
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English, Italian
Wheelchair accessible


  • Enjoy a small-group experience for real foodies right behind the Vatican Museums
  • Create and eat your favorite Italian pizza with a Roman chef
  • Take a break and enjoy the fruits of your labor while sipping wine in a cozy setting
  • Experience pizza from the ancient and traditional fried variety, to thin-crust Roman style
  • Take part in a tour through one of Rome's most bustling markets
Full description
Take your tastebuds on a tour of Rome's pizza and wines and learn how to make your own authentic Italian pizza from scratch. First enjoy a small walk through the lively Trionfale Food Market, right behind the Vatican. During your market visit taste the different nuances of pizza, from fried pizza to thin-crust Roman style. Pair it all with elegant rose, sparkling, and red wine local wines. After this culinary warm-up, you will learn to prepare - starting from flour and water - an authentic Italian pizza in a wood oven. The class takes place right above the market where the cooking lab is. You will have a single station to work from which includes a wooden preparation board, an apron, and a rolling pin. No matter what your level of skill in the kitchen, you will have the help of a professional private chef during the entire process. Once your hands-on experience is finished, simply sit down in the cozy restaurant or on the outdoor terrace to enjoy the fruits of your labor, with no clean up necessary. You can join the social table, sip wine with your new friends from all around the world, and take the opportunity to ask your chef about further tips and tricks about Italian food.
  • Fluent English-speaking guide
  • Wine tasting in the Trionfale Food Market
  • Hands-on cooking class
  • The expertise of an Italian chef
  • All ingredients and a delicious meal
  • Use of apron and cooking utensils
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Transportation to and from attractions
  • Anything not explicitly mentioned
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You will receive a mandatory temperature check

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Meeting point

Meeting point: Via Andrea Doria 41m. Pummarè Restaurant, right above the Trionfale Food Market. Top of the Graffiti Stairs on the right side.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Unaccompanied minors

Know before you go

  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • This activity will include quite a lot of food, try not to eat before the lesson
  • Vegetarian options are available
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

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The Chef was very good and very nice and answered all our questions. My husband and I were the only ones in attendance so the good part was that it was a private pizza making lesson and the downside was that we were looking forward to interacting with other fellow travelers. The wines were good too. At the beginning, we felt a little awkward, but as we settled into the experience, we had a great time. A lot of food, so we took what we didn't eat home with us. For Americans: note that the wine sampling was far more generous than the typical 2 ounce pour in the U.S. Overall, I would recommend this. I wanted to learn how to make Italian Pizza and I did!

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September 24, 2021

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March 6, 2020

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