Solidio Rosato IGT 2015, Tuscany
What: America’s love affair with rosé seems never ending. Sales have been growing sharply since 2010 and have exploded in the past two years.
Walking Holidays in Tuscany – A taste of it…
There’s plenty in Tuscany both for the connoisseur and for those who want to spend their holidays walking in Italy. Imagine a day of seeing the sites, sampling some wine and then taking an after-dinner walk. Italy is the perfect place to do it. Tuscany in particular is full of good food, wine, city culture, and countryside scenery perfect for walking holidays.
Giugno Pisano – June in Pisa
Luminara & Regata di San Ranieri
The Best Summer Tours in #Tuscany
Navigating Organized Tours
finding the best one for your vacation
Given that this week’s dining column highlights Cucina Toscana restaurant, I thought it would be a good time to get familiar with the wines of #Tuscany. It is, after all, Italy’s quintessential wine region and the source of that country’s most important red wines: #Chianti, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and #Brunello di Montalcino.
Tuscany is the stuff romance is made of.
5 best places to visit in Tuscany
As Barack and Michelle Obama are spotted holidaying in Tuscany, Kate Lough picks her favourite spots in the beautiful Italian region
Step aside, Brunello– we’re looking elsewhere for our Sangiovese fix (and our wallets will thank us later!). Introducing Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, the answer to all of your tastebuds’ Tuscan dreams. Produced from the vineyards surrounding the medieval Tuscan town of Montepulciano, Vino Nobile produces lush, vibrant wines brimming with flavors of black fruit and sappy cherries. If you love a smooth, easy drinking red that pairs with an array of foods, look no further than Vino Nobile di Montepulciano! Get to know this tasty Tuscan red better with the infographic below: