EMPOLESE
At the Pastor’s House

199,00 

"Villa Petriolo"

Food&Wine

Empolese Valdelsa e Montalbano

Cerreto Guidi, land of ancient Renaissance traditions in the heart of Tuscany; here you can visit one of the most fascinating Medici Villas, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has inextricably linked its history to Cosimo and Isabella de’ Medici.
A medieval village, animated by a community proud of its centuries-old values, inherited from the peasant tradition, that will welcome you with enthusiasm, giving you unique moments, during a rich calendar of events and historical re-enactments.

“Villa Petriolo” Villa Petriolo is a villa saved that offers a true bond with nature without losing luxury and comfort. Trying to offer the Tuscan experience in its entirety. An integral complex, a villa restored and transformed into a farm, where centuries of history are reflected, which has always stood out over the centuries for the production of wine. The estate houses several hectares of vineyards from which they produce the 8 wines of their collection.

• Start an enchanting walk to reach our cheese expert, a trip to our property to discover the Tuscan cheese known and appreciated all over the world. You will discover how it is made and the passion behind the production of this emblem of good Italian food. Enjoy a nice walk through our rolling hills that will lead you to our dairy that produces only with traditional and exclusively organic methods. The milk that is processed here is milked every morning by the sheep that have their home in the pastures of the farm and the shepherd will reveal some of the secrets of Tuscan cheese.
• Our expert will guide you through the vineyard and the dairy, explaining the process and the secrets of cheese production. The gastronomic tour of the cheese will continue with another pearl, a fantastic homemade meal to better appreciate the experience of authentic Italian cuisine.
• Valid for two people at “Villa Petriolo”.

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