Montepulciano

Famous throughout the world for its fine wines, both the Rosso and the Vino Nobile, Montepulciano stands as a wonderful example of a Tuscan town, with human intervention and the natural surroundings merging together in a harmonious, organic way. It was originally an Etruscan fortress, but was further refined and improved over the centuries, enjoying cultural renown during the Renaissance period and the 16th century.

Montepulciano is an ideal town to wander around at will, exploring the many churches, the Cathedral and the patrician villas which still bear witness to its important past. It offers a truly amazing and evocative blend of magnificent architecture, food and wine culture, and breath-taking natural beauty.