Meet one of the finest producer of Montalcino Brunello terroir. Visit the most ancient Abbey in Tuscany. Have fun walking up a Medieval hill top town, while you enjoy the best Brunello’s wine. Shop local crafts such as ceramics. And don’t forget to bring your camera for unforgettable pictures through narrows and steep medieval street and stone building!
We will learn and taste all about the excellent qualities of Brunello wine and meet one of the finest producer on the large outdoor terrace overlooking Tuscan hills. This winery own by a famous family with determination and pride, it maintains the traditions and culture that are part and parcel of the property.
a Romanesque masterpiece of the 12°th century. This abbey is one of the places that deserve to be visited at least once in a lifetime. It suddenly appears to us in an extraordinary way at the end of a panoramic road of rare beauty, among beautiful vineyards, olive groves and ancient farmhouses.
in the Brunello’s terroir. Here we will meet the noblest Tuscan cousine, with their selections of cold cuts and cheese, privileged ingredients such as “pecorino”, cheese prepared with unpasteurized milk from this area, let’s dive into the healthiest and tasteful land!
Best know for its wines. Home to Brunello of Montalcino, one the world’s most famous red wines. Breathtaking town with medieval spires and its huge fortress towering over the green valley below. Once you are there enjoy the narrow and steep ancien streets and alleys offering beautifull views. Visiting this old town is a pleasure, simply strolling along taking in the ambiance or shopping for a coffee in one of the many charming cafes, wine bar to purchaise a bottle of superb wine. Don’t miss the traditional art&craft shops in a very rich and artistic treasures!
My husband and I travel in tuscany with Caterina our driver and having Letizia our private guide, sincerely makes our journey complete and full of energy , history we also relax and discover with them hidden places.
Best tour ever…I love the Ancient Abbey and brunello’s wine …what can I say ?
Thank you very much girls