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Thinking of heading to Tuscany? Here’s why you should make a stop in Siena. Italy certainly has no shortage of world-famous tourist destinations. It holds such beautiful cities as Rome, Venice, Florence, and many more. ...
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If you’re anything like the team here at Winetraveler, you love wine, food, Europe, and a trip to the beach. Believe it or not, it is possible to combine all your favorite things into one ...
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Tuscany may just be Italy’s most beautiful region. Its largest city, Florence — Firenze, in Italian — is famous for its iconic renaissance art and architecture. Home to one of Italy’s largest cathedrals (Santa Maria ...
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Tuscany is one of Italy’s most well-known and highly regarded wine regions, particularly to those of us outside of Italy. We’ve all seen the images of the rolling hills covered with vineyards and olive groves, ...
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Super Tuscan Wine – A Wine for the Rebel I’m a big fan of wines that challenge the status quo – Super Tuscan wine makers did exactly that during the 1970s. There are a growing ...
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We are in Chiusi in Tuscany, in the beautiful province of Siena, mother of the magical Valdorcia and Valdichiana and it is here that the Nenci Agricultural Company is born with over 15 hectares of ...
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The Giovanni Chiappini Winery farm and agriturismo is located in the heart of the Bolgheri DOC in Tuscany, on the Bolgheri road, the wine route that hosts the largest wine-growing companies in the area. The ...
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My left hand gripped the steering wheel of the rented Alfa Romeo just a bit harder as I downshifted from third into second, eased off the gas and managed to avoid the scooters that were ...
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The Antinori family has been committed to the art of winemaking for over six centuries since 1385 when Giovanni di Piero Antinori became a member, of the “Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri”, the Florentine Winemakers’ Guild. ...
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Tenuta di Capezzana is a family owned winery, one of the 4 oldest names in the Tuscany wine region. In the twenties, Count Alessandro Contini Bonacossi with his wife Vittoria bought the property of Capezzana. ...