We went to a lunch on a Sunday for an Italian agritourist experience which consisted of a superb multi-course Italian meal as would be done in Italian farmhouses preceded by a tour of their farm and growing philosophies. Our host was obviously from Italy as was the family-staff, very gracious and knowledgeable. The experence took much of an afternoon and was entirely enjoyable and worth the cost.
If you are a foody of any stripe or want to know where your food comes from or wish you could dine at an Italian farmhouse sign up for their limited number of offerings which also include dinners at times. We were a diverse gathering of friends and family so this would be ideal for a group. Bring old shoes for the tour part as this is a working farm.
Each dish had its own uniqueness and only one disappointed. The Icelantic lamb was a standout which even impressed those in the group who did not like lamb. This is an unusual experience which you will not get in most of the US>