Agriturismos were established by the Italian government in the 1980's to help keep rural farms and local farming traditions alive, and to give visitors the opportunity to visit the beautiful, Italian countryside while experiencing some of those traditions.
In keeping with that spirit, most of the produce served up at Agriturismo Coccovello is produced by the family themselves, and what they can't produce is sourced locally. Traditional farming methods are still followed, including the ancient skills of sun-drying vegetables and making passata. The wine served in the agriturismo is also produced locally.
The dishes served up in the restaurant are bursting with taste and freshness, which is not surprising as most of the food has only travelled a few hundred metres down the road and onto the plate!