Some of the finest Tuscan wines available to humanity
The sangiovese grape revived this beautiful region and produces fine wines
We’ve all been there, right? In an unfamiliar car rental, on a forty five degree hill, feeling like the back two wheels are hanging off the side of a sheer precipice, trying to remember what the driving instructor said about hill starts, breathing in air heavy with clutch fumes.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and after surviving that hill – where I was, in fact, nowhere near the cliff edge – I went...
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