Olive oil, wine, truffle and other culinary delights make up the excellence of Tuscan gastronomy. From the Tyrrhenian sea to the Apuan Alps, there are plenty of itineraries for anyone who wants to combine cultural attractions and natural beauty to discover the taste of Tuscany, a region renowned for its prosperity in food and wine products, so close to art and traditions.
Corte dei Venti
The Winery is Located in the south-eastern part of Montalcino, in the sunniest area of the red lands, next to the river Orcia. Red lands because they are rich in calcareous clay and tuff. The name Corte dei Venti (Court of Winds) derives from the particular confluence of winds that constantly blow in this area. Corte dei Venti is a winery animated by a deep bond between the land and wine, which has always bound Clara and Maurizio to the territory of Montalcino.