We thank Max Stivens for this interesting article.
“Lush rolling hills, Sangiovese vineyards, and architecture representative of the medieval period signals that we are in Tuscany. A region viewed by the outside world as one for the rich and famous, but in reality, it is humble. Toscana is an agrarian society, that offers an incredible feed and some of the finest reds you will ever indulge.
One particular Agricola, which satisfied my appetite for food and wine, is Pietro Beconcini Agricola. The historic winery lies in the hills of the Chianti region and, is located outside the vibrant village of San Miniato. A place with deep connections to Napoleon Buonaparte. There is another element of history which has contributed to the fame of the Beconcini Agricola…”
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