Want to immerse yourself in nature with stunning views of the Brunello di Montalcino vineyards? Among the right addresses, here is the Castello di Velona, in the heart of Val D'Orcia and in Tuscany

 
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Castello di Velona: tastings of Montalcino
Sun, 13 May 2018

Castello di Velona: tastings of Montalcino

At the Castle of Velona Resort Thermal Spa & Winery wellness is the order of the day. Signature cuisine, first of all, then treatments in the thermal spa, tastings of typical Tuscan products and wine tasting with champions of Bacchus from the best Italian vineyards. The Castello di Velona, ​​in fact, is the author's setting for the wine tasting - with the skilful direction of the Millenaria Tower sommeliers - in which guests can taste wines of different vintages in a one-hour vertical tasting. Thanks to the geographical position of the location, it is possible to taste the precious Tuscan wine at kilometer zero: the fortress, in fact, overlooks the Brunello di Montalcino vineyards, a view that is restful to the eye and sensory for the perfumes that it releases. Not only. Tuscany is known for its food and wine excellences, in particular Tuscan oil, among its most popular and appreciated products. At Castello di Velona, ​​in the fifth of the millenary tower, tastings of Tuscan oil are organized with strong aromas and flavors that sum up the whole radiance of the region. And if this were not enough, here are carefully selected cheeses and honey of the territory, which are combined with vertical tastings of wines and oil, to savor in all its nuances of taste the Val D'Orcia, which stands out for its extraordinary landscapes and for nature, dotted with villages. To get to know them better, here is the opportunity to go to gems villages like Montepulciano, Montefollonico and Monteriggioni.

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