From Chianti Rufina to Chianti Classico, and on to Maremma, Val di Pesa, the Montalcino area: discovering Tuscan diversity with Frescobaldi family.
Chianti is a composite mosaic, made of areas and subzones and of different disciplinary areas for quality and specificity. The denomination Rufina is one of the parts of this land puzzle historically suited to the wine that in Sangiovese find ...Leggi altro
In the little wooden houses at Christmas markets are many perfect gift ideas to put under the tree, but also exceptional gastronomic products. Here are the must-visit ones in Tuscany.
Previews of Gambero Rosso Vini d'Italia 2020 guide continue. Today it’s the turn of Tuscany.
A winemaker and a Professor of viticulture recreated the wine of the ancient Greeks of the island of Chio: here's Vinum Insulae.
Located on the north side of Montalcino, near the Strada del Burnello, Ridolfi is a traditional wine estate which is now living a second youth. Here's its story.
Florence and the Chianti hills, Siena and its picturesque countryside and unmistakable colours, Grosseto and the wonders of the Maremma region: to each landscape, its own olive culture. Tuscany and olive oil.
Montalcino is at the top of the tourist destinations that winelovers around the world want to visit. The Val d'Orcia has miraculously preserved its aspect made of history, landscape, culture, food and wine... and above all the Brunello.
The magic hills of Chianti Classico, Montalcino, Bolgheri and Maremma are an irresistible magnet for those who believe themselves capable of making great wine. Here is a list of the best wines from Tuscany.
[caption id="attachment_156441" align="alignnone" width=""]Arcipelago Toscano visto dall'alto[/caption] From Montecristo to Pianosa, from Giannutri to Elba: vacation amid nature and the sea, out of the way but just around the corner. Our journey in the Tuscan archipelago.