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Slow travel in the peaceful Monteriggioni

Happy first day of March from the stunning village of Monteriggioni where the sun starts to warm this beautiful morning. We’ve decided to take a
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Montefioralle: don’t miss the St. Joseph Festival of Pancackes!

Buona domenica from the stunning village Montefioralle! During this weekend this beautiful tiny village comes to life and hosts a very particular event, called “La
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Discover the magic hamlet of Badia a Isola

Today we’ve visited a stunning little hamlet in Tuscan countryside, called “Badia a Isola”. The fields surrounding Badia a Isola were once a large swamp
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Frost can be a good friend of nature!

Happy Sunday to you all! This morning we woke up here in Chianti seeing all white and shine around us, at night was very cold,
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Exploring “off the beaten path” Pistoia

Today we would like to introduce you to the beautiful Tuscan town of Pistoia, exploring its local traditions and flavours. If you visit Pistoia, make
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Chianti farmers work also in winter time!

Many people think that Chianti life in winter is just about relaxing and warming up in front of the fireplace. Actually, Chianti countryside in winter
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Holy Wine: a unique Tuscan tradition!

Today we will introduce an interesting & unique Tuscan tradition: the Vinsanto wine. “Vinsanto” ( “vino” = wine, “santo” = holy) is a delicious semi-sweet
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Discover the charming Badia a Passignano

Wish you a wonderful weekend from a stunning hamlet called “Badia a Passignano”, a charming hidden gem in Chianti region. Badia a Passignano has been
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The gentle Tuscan giant: Chianina cow

Have you ever wondered why the famous Florentine Steak (“bistecca fiornetina”) has to be so thick and why has to weigh at least 1 kg?
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Life is a Chianti

“On earth there is no heaven, but there are pieces of it.” Jules Renard