Montepulciano really is the jewel of our area and sits on a hill just 7 kilometres away from the farm. It is reported that Montepulciano was founded as long ago as the 3rd century BC. Steeped in history, its beautiful clock-tower overlooks the main piazza and the gorgeous Palazzo Communale built in the 14th century, is a must see for any visitors to our farm. The little town boasts a host of restaurants ranging from fine dining to a beer-house with excellent pizza and the local “pici” pasta is on almost every menu. Montepulciano is also famous for its red wine, Rosso di Montepulciano and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, which we proudly make here on the farm. In season, there is a vast number of guided tours available and the town itself
hosts a number of museums to learn more about the history. Since this is wine country, there are also a multitude of cantinas where you can taste some of the great wines of our area. There are a multitude of events and festivals that take place in Montepulciano with some of the more notable ones being the Antiprima del Vino Nobile (a showcase of the latest vintage of wines available), the Bravio (a barrel race through the narrow streets of Montepulciano), Cantine aperte (a national wine festival where producers open their cellars for viewing, tastings and other activities), Calici di Stelle (an open air wine tasting in the town’s streets and piazzas with musical acts accompanying the tasting), Il Cantiere Internazionale dell’arte (artistic
and cultural event with musical and theatrical performances) to name but a few.

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