Explore the territory


a land of ancient winemaking traditions

Tuscany and Umbria

Extolled by writers and poets from Redi to Voltaire, from Calamandrei to d’Ormesson and painted by great artists,
from the Rennaissance period to J.S. Sartgent and the Macchiaioli school (Lega and Tommasi),
this beautiful region continues to inspire and move all those who come to visit it.
The valley, with its alluvial soil, covers a territory that extends over 23 municipalities on the border between Tuscany and Umbria.
Situated between the provinces of Arezzo and Siena in Tuscany and those of Perugia and Terni in Umbria,
it lies half way between Florence and Rome.
A landscape of rolling hills, pine and oak forests alternating with small urban areas, steeped in Rennaissance history and art:
a place suspended in time, with colours and perfumes that enchant the visitor.
The vineyards planted on this rich and fertile soil produce some of the best Italian wines.

Ancient towns

Ancient stones and rolling hills

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.

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