Chianti is undoubtedly the best known and most highly regarded wine in the world, even more than champagne. The Chianti DOCG is produced in the heart of Tuscany, in the area between the provinces of Arezzo, Florence, Pisa, Pistoia,…Continue Reading
Once again music and summer work together, ready to give emotions to 360 degrees. In June the Festival Estate Regina will be back in Montecatini, marked by the usual partnership with the musicians of the Maggio Musicale…Continue Reading
The wines of the “Colline Lucchesi” boast of an important tradition, which dates back to Roman times and the Middle Ages. In particular, the red is the heir today of what was once the wine produced on the hills surrounding the cities, and in the towns of…Continue Reading
The first evidence of wine production in the area of ?? Montecarlo is very old and dates back to 846. In later centuries, particularly at the end of the Middle Ages, wine production saw a significant growth, particularly in the vineyards on the hills of Montecarlo, areas known as Coste Vivinaia.
The wine of Montecarlo, throughout…Continue Reading