In one of the many wonderful natural Umbrian contexts, in the hills overlooking Lake Trasimeno, we find the vineyards and the Cantina owned by Anna Gattobigio. We are in Macchie, a town southwest of Lake Trasimeno, more precisely between Castiglione del Lago and Sant’Arcangelo.read more >
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Chef Alessandro Chiesa together with the Castello di Albola brigade brings his interpretation of the “Albola Experience” to the table of the lucky visitors again this year, in an exciting tasting and gastronomic journey, experimenting and innovating Tuscan cuisine, made up of very historic recipes and raw materials of the highest quality that find new interesting applicationsread more >
Founded in July of 1937 as a cooperative of fourteen local winemakers who banded together to facilitate both the production and the sales of their wines. Vecchia Cantina bottled its first wine in 1940 during the war. After the difficult war years, in the 1950’s and the reorganization of the lands, the Vecchia Cantina acted as a driving force for wine production in the area, a role that they cover to this day with the over 400 member vineyard owners and over a thousand hectares of vineyards producing around seven million bottles of wine annually.read more >
Native vines such as Sangiovese, Alicante and Vermentino and international vines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Syrah, planted at an average altitude from 50 to 180 meters above sea level, facing south-west, rooted in soils with a high presence of ‘skeleton’ – with alberese-type rock and sandstone. It is the breath of the Tyrrhenian Sea that stimulates the magic and complexity of these wines: the Belguardo Tirrenico Maremma Toscana DOC, the Tenuta Belguardo Maremma Toscana DOC, the Belguardo Bronzone Morellino di Scansano Riserva DOCG, the Belguardo Codice V Vermentino Maremma Toscana DOC, the Belguardo Vermentino Vermentino di Toscana IGT and finally the Belguardo Rosè Toscana IGT.read more >
From weddings, the most classic of ceremonies, to a corporate or family wellness holiday, Tenuta dei Mori transforms an idea into an event by offering total service solutions, able to customise furnishings, decorations, rooms, catering and entertainment. Relais standards and hospitality are the secret of this owner, who has returned to the places of his childhood and to redevelop the family winery.read more >
The wine cellar visit is structured as a ‘wine experience’: technical, emotive, sophisticated. The goal is to experience it without predefined paths, passing through the vinification, the vat, the concept of working with gravitational flow. Finally, the curtain opens on the barriccaia, a theatrical scenography with details that condense into a refined show.read more >
Volpaia currently has 33 inhabitants and 4 restaurants: the properties have now been reunited in large part by the Mascheroni Stianti family. In addition to the prestigious winery there is also a farmhouse, a restaurant and a bakery. The vegetables that arrive on the Castle’s tables come from half a hectare of a strictly organic vegetable garden. In fact, since 2000, the Volpaia winery too has been certified as organic.
The winery extends within the village buildings, connected by an engineering masterpiece: an underground wine pipeline, which goes under the streets of the town.