This farm/vinyard was part of a Tuscany in a Day tour we booked through Viator but conducted by Walk About Florence. This was our lunch stop as well as a visit to an organic farm in Tuscany. Everything about this place was so impressive; from the outdoor seated lunch with a view of the hills and San Gimignano in the distance, to their organic extra-virgin oilve oil pressed locally, to their four separate types of wines they produce at the farm. In addition, they produce saffron at this farm as well.
The beauty of this place is that everything is natural and grown or produced at the farm (except for pecorino cheese, which they get from another farm). They even have the famous Chianina cattle at this farm. The chef/general manager at this farm, a lady by the name of Sarah Fioroni, has written a book called a Family Farm in Tuscany and has great recipes in it. As a matter of fact, she has been on several tours in the US teaching Tuscan cooking.
If you are into real food, the natural, wholesome, farm-grown, non-GMO type, this place is like heaven! I brought back their product list and will be ordering some supplies over the internet. By the way, I am told that they also have accomodations at this farm, if you are into agritourismo!
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