Natural winemakers, tradition and territory.
Tasting natural wines.
Wine event in Italy.
The Amalfi Coast is the place where you find one of the most picturesque Mediterranean landscapes ever: a land that smells of lemon blossom, with an uncomparable tasty food, where narrow mediaeval twisting roads open out onto unecpected views of the vibrant crystal clear sea below. The Amalfi Coast is also famous for the blend of both natural and cultural wonders, the kind climate and its Costa d'Amalfi wines that avidly soak up the scent of the Mediterranean flora and the salty sea air. These wines are produced with #traditionalitaliangrapes such us Aglianico, Falanghina, Biancolella and Piedirosso, among others.
The winery: Cantine Marisa Cuomo (www.marisacuomo.com) organize guided tours. The vineyards are on steep slopes that plunge into the sea. It is possible to visit the vineyards and the estate’s cellars, sample the unique flavour of its extreme wines and taste the gastronomic specialities of Furore village.
The city is an “open-air museum” with its palaces, the historic gardens and the medieval corners. The network of twenty city museums, named Polo Museale Fiorentino, provides the greatest concentration of art works in Italy and one of the largest in the world and includes the Uffizi. The historic centre contains such a wealth of masterpieces that it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO because it encapsulates an history that starts from Roman epoch until contemporary times. However, to fully appreciate the richness of Florence, you must also look beyond the city centre: the area “outside the walls” and the province where you can experience a wine tour to taste famous tuscan wines such us Chianti. Its main vine is Sangiovese, one of the most renowned #traditionalitaliangrapes.
The winery: Antinori nel Chianti Classico (antinorichianticlassico.it) organizes visits of its cellars with guided tasting. On the rooftop of the winery is located the restaurant Rinuccio 1180. The panoramic windows open into the gently rolling hillsides dotted with olive groves and ancient churches.
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