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A Tuscan winery has been shortlisted for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe 2015 award, which is the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture and is presented every two years....
Tuscany, Chianti, Food and wine
Tuscany is well known for its vineyards and fine wines, which are among the best in the world – but what is it about one in particular, Chianti, that makes...
There is a term which was coined around forty years, and is sometimes bandied around wine, known as Super Tuscan.
Tuscany, Food and wine
A wine distributor in the UK has added Tuscany’s Fattoria Le Pupille to their selection, as the interest in Tuscan wines by UK consumers is at an all-time high.
A Tuscan wine maker will be showcasing their award winning vintages at the 50th edition VinItaly exhibition in Verona
Siena and surroundings, Tuscany, Chianti, Food and wine
A winemaker is set to release the first certified vegan Chianti, which is scheduled to be available for sale this spring (2015)
Tuscany, Chianti, Active
Chianti views are always wonderful but seeing them from the sky, with the soft and slow rhythm of the wind and living, at the same time a unique experience, is...
For many people Chianti is synonymous with Italian wine and certainly with Tuscan wine. It may be made only with certain mixes of grapes, in determinate proportions - and...
Based in just 1.8 hectares La Pieve House is by far the smallest
vineyard in Montalcino – but what it lacks in size it makes up for in