Terre di Toscana arrives to its third edition in 2010. Two days (7 and 8 March) devoted to the best Tuscanian wines in Lido di Camaiore, in Versilia, the coast near Lucca and Pisa.
More than 500 operators will create a peaceful and participatory atmosphere, offering their best products in free tastings. Almost all districts of Tuscan wine are represented, with different stylistic impulses that enrich them.
Itineraries through Tuscany, museums and wineries openings, these are just some of the exclusive events inside the program of “Vignaioli & Vignerons” (Winegrowers & Vignerons).
History, art, good food and kind people living in the hills where the finest Doc wines born. Prato, Florence, Arezzo, Lucca, Siena, Montecatini Terme, the Chianti hills of Florence and Arezzo, the Crete Senesi area. In these lands wine is culture, identity and landscape. Vignaioli & Vignerons offers events and exhibitions, tastings and open museums, markets and wineries from 4 to 13 December. A special occasion to know the real Tuscany, exploring deeply this region, its treasures and oenological secrets, its ancient paths and traditions.
Offering Vin Santo is one of the oldest gestures in Tuscan hospitality. A tradition that is still alive and Lo gradiresti un goccio di vin santo? Would you like a drop of vin santo? is a phrase containing a ritual that our fathers transmitted us. Vin santo means saint (or sacred) wine.
The sixth edition of Would you like a drop of vin santo? will take place from 5 to 8 December 2009 in Montefollonico in Siena Province. It’s just a few kilometers away from Torrita di Siena, positioned in the hills between Val di Chiana and Val d’Orcia. Montefollonico is a typical medieval village surrounded by ancient walls.