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Tuscany

Pecorino romano

A history that is truly glorious, the one belonging to Pecorino romano cheese, which boasts origins almost certainly dating back more than two thousand years.

Podere Concòri

Garfagnana, amidst the Apennines of Tuscay and Emilia. Here they tell the story of challenges and a passion for vineyards and wine. The protagonist is Gabriele Da Prato, owner of Podere Concòri.

Tracce di Vino Bianco

Ansonica is the quintessential Mediterranean grape, most likely having arrived in Sicily from ancient Greece.

Antonella Manuli

Maremma, Tuscany. The history of this farm begins in Milan, passes through Switzerland and California, and revolves around one protagonist: Antonella Manuli.

Tracce di vino rosso

To be born in beautiful surroundings is always fortunate. Orcia DOC has that good luck. It comes from province of Siena, landscape heritage of UNESCO.

Wine trekking

There is a way to travel that does not involve long commutes or frequent changes of transport nor hasty visits which leave to the...

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Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.