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Avant-garde organic farm and wine cellar of over 600 years old, Vignamaggio wanted to re-establish the historical agricultural variety typical of farms of the past. Vineyards, olive groves, vegetable gardens, luxuriant fruit orchards and the rearing of semi free-range Cinta Senese pigs cover over 400 hectares of the Chianti Classico heartland.

Each product is the fruit of a long labour by expert hands, starting with the land and continuing without any hurry, taste after taste, meticulously, until finally reaching your palate: with each sip and each bite you can taste the care, the time and the level of our commitment.

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HOW TO MAKE YOUR MEDITERRANEAN SPRING WREATH
Posted on Monday June 15, 2020

Today, our gardener Giovanni taught us how to make a Mediterranean wreath using predominantly bay leaves and Spanish broom flowers. This shrub, known as Ginestra odorosa in Italian, is indigenous and grows spontaneously all around the Mediterranean basin. You will recognise it by its sweet, heady fragrance and small yellow flowers. WHAT WE NEED We […]

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ELDERFLOWERS
Posted on Monday June 01, 2020

The elderberry bush, or sambuco as it is called in Italy, is an indigenous plant that grows spontaneously all over the country, but it is not very well known. Elderflower syrup is used mostly in central and northern European countries, while in Italy, sambuco is more commonly associated with the distinctive anise flavour of Sambuco […]

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SEARCHING FOR HOPS
Posted on Thursday May 28, 2020

Hops can be found all over Europe, usually in cooler areas and in fertile soil close to water. While it is most famous for its flower, that gives beer its mildly bitter taste, in many regions of Italy it is valued for its spring shoots. WHERE CAN WE FIND THEM? On the banks of rivers […]

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