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PostSubject: Wine & Food festivals in Tuscany   Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:11 pm

Mid May offers one of my favourite wine happenings at Villa Le Corti in San Casciano - just a half hour's drive from the center of Florence.
Here's the web-site: http://www.allacortedelvino.it/english/
Entrance is free with an invitation by a winery or by payment (something like 15 Euro per person, I think).
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PostSubject: Re:Wine & Food festivals in Tuscany   Mon Aug 11, 2008 8:26 pm

For centuries the architecture, cuisine and natural beauty of Italy have drawn visitors worldwide. But today more and more travelers come with a new goal -- to learn about Italian wines.

Whether it's a landscape rolling with vineyards, or part of a picnic lunch, wine is an integral part of life in Italy. This is especially true for Pierro Antinori whose family has been making wine in the region of Tuscany for 600 years.

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PostSubject: Re: Wine & Food festivals in Tuscany   Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:39 pm

Remember the following wine festivals in September:

2nd week-end in Greve in Chianti XVIII Rassegna del Chianti Classico
& 3rd week-end in Panzano in Chianti Vino al Vino

Panzano producers that will be present at Vino al Vino in the third week-end are: Carobbio, Casaloste, Castello di Rampolla, Cennatoio, Fattoria La Quercia, Fontodi, Il Vescovino, La Marcellina, La Massa, Le Bocce, Le Fonti, Panzanello, Podere Le Cinciole, Vecchie Terre di Montefili, Villa Cafaggio e Vignole
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PostSubject: Re: Wine & Food festivals in Tuscany   Mon Aug 03, 2009 9:24 am

In the ancient Roman era, Bacco was the God of Wine. The wine has always been the symbol of the physical or material pleasure. Enjoy the Italian cultural tradition and visit wineries, cheese factories, balsamic vinegar producing houses, but also some of the more recent Italian Myths such as the Ferrari Museum.
Sagre - Festivals of Food
Lemon Festival
Gourmet Truffles
Chocolate and Chestnut Festivals
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