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La Biagiola Winery, Sorano

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Winery / Vineyard · Food & Drink
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  • If you're looking for a relaxing place to drink/buy wine La Biagiola is the right place to go. We spent a great time talking about wine making with Carla and Leonardo and we also visited an amazing... 
    If you're looking for a relaxing place to drink/buy wine La Biagiola is the right place to go. We spent a great time talking about wine making with Carla and Leonardo and we also visited an amazing...  more »
  • We organised a wine tasting with a few friends who came to see me from Bristol. The wines are delicious and the people are amazing! The cellar is in a stunning position where you can enjoy the view.....  more
    We organised a wine tasting with a few friends who came to see me from Bristol. The wines are delicious and the people are amazing! The cellar is in a stunning position where you can enjoy the view.....  more »
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  • Modern winery in a ancient "terroir" with Sangiovese and Vermentino grapes. Take chance to visit also the inner archaeological park.
  • The Tuscany between Sorano and Sovana never ceases to amaze me, and since the time of the Etruscans that wine and oil have been grown, and so it happens to a young archaeologist to find an Etruscan construction under the rows of vines on which an imperial Roman construction and on which an eighteenth-century grange has arisen, different techniques and construction materials but the aim is to work the land and over the centuries to obtain precious oil and wine. And Luca Martino Nejrotti is the excellent archaeologist who today with great care showed me the excavation techniques and the surprising results and among these the discovery of a particular cocciopesto which the owner cellar then adopted as amphorae to keep their magnificent wine, pity I could not taste it.

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