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BREAD CROSTINI WITH CHESTNUT CREAM AND MOZZARELLA CHEESE

Typically autumnal Elements to create an unusual appetizer, to be combined with a ruby Novello Toscano wine or a cute sparkling Lambrusco
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Wine and Tuscan Music at the Vinaino di Greve

On Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Vinaino Greve, Wine & Music, Tastings and Tuscan “Stornelli” (popular songs) will be the first of a series of events dedicated to the magical blend of Tuscan wine and Florentine folk music.
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SO EXCITED... THE "OLIO NUOVO" IS READY

I alway stress "never forget to match the right extravirgin olive oil with the right food" because it is on the table, just like with wine, in the full meeting of flavors that the correct choice can make a difference.
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CLASSICO & FRIENDS N.0 - 25 may 2016

At the Restaurant LA TERRAZZA OLIOSTERIA in the main square of Greve in Chianti , Piazza Matteotti, do not miss on the 25 th of May 2016 HAPPY HOUR CLASSIC & FRIENDS , the first in a long series of monthly meetings to discover the food and wine excellence .
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CHIANTI CLASSICO COLLECTION 2016 | 300 YEARS OF QUALITY WINES

The 2016 edition of the Chianti Classico Collection marks the beginning of the 300th anniversary celebrations,

DIVINA CUCINA & "TASTE CHIANTI" APP

If you love good food and Tuscany and if you never met Judy Witts Francini, my suggestion is to meet her as soon as possible
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MONTALCINO, THE LAND OF SUPRISES

For the coming season, we would like to suggest the Tuscan Red Wine SASSOMAGNO 2013 DOC Sant'Antimo, produced by Tenuta Fanti in Montalcino.

Organic, Biodynamic and Natural Wines...

There is no single definition of "natural wine". However, the name given to this kind of wine does not rule out the characteristic of "naturalness" of organic and biodynamic wines
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Tuscany has everything the adventurous world of motorhome tourism needs

In Tuscany, the Camper-Vantourism has become one of the most common options to travel and discover the treasures of our land.
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AGRITURISMO, DAL LUSSO AL LOW COST

La regione italiana più ambita sia per l’italiano che per lo straniero rimane la Toscana con il 54%, seguita dall’Umbria con il 34%, poi troviamo il Veneto e la Sicilia con il 20% e il Friuli Venezia Giulia con il 14%. L’87% degli agrituristi provengono dall’Europa, tra cui il 35% dalla Germania, il 12% dal Belgio e dall’Olanda e l’8% dal Regno Unito.