Lucca Wineries discovering the Lucca wine tourism

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The Tenuta di Poggio - biodynamic wine producer Cosimo Maria Masini - is located along the Via Francigena, an enchanted place to appreciate walking and riding a horse or a bycicle. You may easily reach this place from the main road known as SGC FI-PI-LI or from the airports of Pisa and Florence and in less time than you can imagine you will be surrounded by the real Tuscany. The Cosimo Maria Masini winery is found along the well known Route of Wine of the Pisa province (Strada del Vino della Provincia di Pisa). This is the place to visit when you want to combine good food, naturally produced wines and a magnificent view on the Tuscany land

Tenuta Roletto is a family run winery in Canavese, a small area in Piemonte, north of Turin, the only area where Erbaluce grape is cultivated. The Erbaluce grape is steeped in the history of the Piemonte region, with the first written records dating back to 1606, and most likely originated in the alpine hills of northern Piemonte. His fascinating name, is connected to the legend of "Albaluce" which still today it is spoken in the area. Erbaluce di Caluso D.O.C. was established in 1967 but became D.O.C.G. in 2010. Mr. Tinetti created Tenuta Roletto in 1871; today the fourth generation of his family is continuing the tradition with the sam

La villa together with the other appartments connected to the farm, illuminates the antic but faithfully restored bourg of Cinciano wich often welcomes friends and tourists, is set up on a hill 350m.s.l. Located on the right side of the roman road which from Poggibonsi goes to Barberino Val d’elsa, Cinciano rejoices of a panoramic sight of uninterrupted rolling of olive orchards and vineyards down to Sangimignano, in one of the most beautiful areas dedicated to Chianti classic senese. The estate which dates back to 1100 A.D. had been subject to a secular dispute between the rival factions of Florence and Siena, to which it was part of,

La Luna del Casale is a family run business where everyone puts into practice their skills for the success of the final product. The cutting edge, high-technology winery, a relationship of absolute complicity with an experienced oenologist, and above all a deeply suited land, the Colli Lanuvini area, which we go along with using natural processes, one eye on organic farming and very low yields, for us are the preconditions to create wines with great personality, which today bear the names of our children.

Located in Tufo, in the province of Avellino, 50 km east of Naples, the di Marzo winery is the original estate where the Greco di Tufo was first made. In 1647, Scipione di Marzo, first known ancestor of the family, left his hometown of San Paolo Belsito near the town of Nola to flee from the plague that was ravaging the region. He took with him some vines of a local white variety called at the time Greco del Vesuvio. Once settled in Tufo, he planted this variety in a region previously planted mostly in red. He became the founder of the wine Greco di Tufo. In 1648 he began the construction of the winery and the fortified house above it know - P. Iva 02034930814 - C.F. MRGPTR76P07D423E