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
Olive oil is undoubtedly one of the jewels of Tuscany: there are more than 400 mills, 70 different kinds of olive trees, over 50 thousand production companies, and most importantly several local consortia that Guarantee the authenticity of the…Continue Reading
The beautiful hill-top town of Volterra, with fabulous views of the Tuscan countryside, steeped in Etruscan and Roman History and the production of Alabaster, is now home to an exhibition celebrating the great artist Rosso Fiorentino. Continue Reading
It is a Saturday morning. I am walking along the Sant’Andrea street.
I have almost reached the Church of Sant’Andrea. Amazed by the still originally simple Romanesque church, I enter the gate. Although I read many times about the Pulpit of Giovanni Pisano, I still remain astonished by its elegance and beauty. The superb example of…Continue Reading