In this particular area of Italy, the territories of Perugia, Arezzo and Siena meet together, forming the famous Ancient Etruscan Road, while the local archaeological findings attest the natural vocation of this area for olive and grapevine cultivation (Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historiae).
The historical influences persist in local idioms and also reflect themselves in a wine tradition which is oriented toward the production of red wines destined for ageing.
Ancient villages, nowadays small towns, are scattered around the Valdichiana area, which gave its name to the famous 'Chianina' cattle breed, used for the production of 'Bistecca alla Fiorentina' (T-bone steak).
Cortona, Montepulciano, Citta della Pieve and Castiglione del Lago adorn our beautiful land, offering an oenological and gastronomic panorama of the highest level. Restaurants and wine shops prepare for their clients different typical dishes (noodles, roast meat, game meat, lake fish and cheese) cooked in different local styles, accompanied by local wines.