Umbria & Tuscany

Entrancing regions of central Italy, Umbria and Tuscany, share the flair of rolling hillscapes, tremendous wine gardens and secluded hamlets. Umbria is a quaint and quiet region, hiding charm and wonders at every corner. Its food and wine culture - with the outstanding Sagrantino and some distinctive Orvieto noble rot wines - is second to none with wealth of fresh vegetables, terrific hand-shaped pastas, and the wildest truffles and porcini, promising a feast for every traveller. On the other hand Tuscany, the cradle of Renaissance, with its picturesque countryside, is scattered with cypress-lined roads, vines, cellars and sylvan vistas. Tuscan foodways, and world class wines, need no introduction. As we love doing everywhere we travel, we proudly avail ourselves with the region’s most genuine and gifted craftspeople, local heartwarming heroes that make every moment unique.

 
Wine talks and cellar tasting - Tuscan countryside

Wine talks and cellar tasting - Tuscan countryside

Summer medieval feast - Bevagna

Summer medieval feast - Bevagna

Butcher atelier - Panzano in Chianti

Butcher atelier - Panzano in Chianti

Raw milk pecorino - Montefalco

Raw milk pecorino - Montefalco

Large Vats - Gaiole in Chianti

Large Vats - Gaiole in Chianti

Biodynamic vineyards - Castelnuovo Berardenga

Biodynamic vineyards - Castelnuovo Berardenga

Fun cooking class - Montepulciano

Fun cooking class - Montepulciano

Rustic hearty soups - peasant cuisine

Rustic hearty soups - peasant cuisine

Master artisan luthier - Todi

Master artisan luthier - Todi

Scenic rolling hills of Val d’Orcia and warm hospitality - Montepulciano

Scenic rolling hills of Val d’Orcia and warm hospitality - Montepulciano

Feel the vibes of Palio di Siena and its many wards - Piazza del Campo

Feel the vibes of Palio di Siena and its many wards - Piazza del Campo

Conca d’Oro one of the most impressive countryside landscapes in Italy - Chianti

Conca d’Oro one of the most impressive countryside landscapes in Italy - Chianti