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Tenuta di Artimino, open cellars and Tuscan wines

Sat, 05 May 2018
Tenuta di Artimino, open cellars and Tuscan wines

When the pressure of daily commitments affects and begins to become oppressive, the time has come to "unplug". Thanks to the good season, spring weekends are ideal for immersing yourself in a world of relaxation, carefree and well-being. And Tenuta di Artimino - in Artimino, a hamlet of Carmignano and in the province of Prato - is an address to consider for a long-weekend in the quiet of the Tuscan nature: its exclusive offer of "diffused hospitality" and the repertoire of appointments are the ideal to regenerate. A stay at Tenuta di Artimino means discovering a real place of the soul that is dissolved in 732 hectares of countryside dotted with art and history. A microcosm that stands out for its wide range of proposals, focused on the Tuscan charm and well represented by the four-star hotel "Paggeria Medicea", from the apartments scattered in the "medieval village", from the historic "Medici Villa" - Unesco Heritage - and from the gourmet restaurant "Biagio Pignatta Cucina e Vino". There are many ideas for quality experiences: on May 27th, for example, wine will be the star of the event "Open Cellars", which will begin with a walk in the company of Alessandro Matteoli - agronomist of the Artimino Estate - to discover some areas of the Villa still unknown to the public, such as the Gineceo area, to culminate with an aperitif accompanied by live music and in the garden of the Hotel Paggeria Medicea. An opportunity to taste fragrant, intense wines with strong territorial organoleptic characteristics, which find expression, among the precious ones, in Carmignano DOCG - from ancient history and produced in small quantities - and in Chianti DOCG, synonymous with Tuscan excellence.

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