A jewel of the Tuscan terroir
Think of Tuscany and you see tranquillity in a picturesque setting. Its wines, too, reflect the physical beauty of its landscape
Tuscany has been put forward as a vision of a true rural idyll by poets and painters for more than 2,000 years. Roman ruins, Renaissance villas and contemporary architectural gems gleam out alluringly from rolling hills, covered with vines and languorous Cyprus trees.
The perfume of pine, warm earth, olive trees and a multitude of heathers fills the air and the vineyards that wash up to a crest just below hills in every direction you care...
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