Reposted from @afarmedia Tuscany has long been known as an incredible wine destination, and it’s easy to understand why. From Montalcino in the south—Tuscany’s renowned winemaking hilltop town, famous for Brunellos and Rossos—to Montepulciano in the east, home to centuries-old underground wine cellars, and a wine center that boasts over 100 Vino Nobile labels.
Further exploration of the area may take you into surrounding hill towns where you can find culinary traditions in the form of hand-rolled pastas, pecorino cheese, and freshly-found truffles. Not to mention, many of the villages are now home to contemporary spas and luxury resorts. Find more idyllic Italy at the link in our bio.
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