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Wines in the land of Arezzo


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Arezzo’s lands and its wine

Arezzo’s territory, which mostly stretches on hilly areas, is an ideal environment for two cultivations for which Tuscany is well-known across the world: oil and wine.
Visiting Arezzo’s wineries does not mean only having the chance to taste excellent products, but also discovering agricultural realities with well-finished and beautiful cultivations and often with interesting ancient wine cellars and wine-tastings.
The interest for the wine from Arezzo’s lands can be an opportunity to discover an area extremely rich of historical and artistic peculiarities as well as to admire extraordinary naturalistic aspects.
Those who find themselves visiting wineries in Arezzo’s countryside cannot help but see the numerous beauties of the city described in this website. An area where excellent wines are produced is the Valdichiana. Here there are villages of extraordinary interest such as Cortona, Castiglion Fiorentino, Foiano, Lucignano, Monte San Savino. The Upper Valdarno is another Arezzo’s land of wine. In the area along the Arno small towns such as Montevarchi and San Giovanni deserve to be visited. Valdarno della Strada Setteponti is more characteristic. This road runs along vineyards and olive groves where the slopes of Pratomagno Wine tastingmeet the valley floor. We will meet along it medieval hamlets and three wonderful Romanesque parishes: San Pietro a Gropina, Santa Maria a Scò e San Pietro a Cascia di Reggello.
The Casentino area boasts a reality related to wine too, although it is smaller than in other areas. Here the most important history is the medieval one, told by numerous hamlets, castles, Romanesque parishes, monasteries and shrines. It is a valley dominated by nature, particularly in the National Park of Casentino’s Forests. is a realization of:
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