Castello di Velona
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... Aimee can we change your mind??
The hotel staff (Syeed) was very kind and although the restaurant was closed, had the chef prepare us a tray of meats and cheese, olives, bread and olive oil and balsamic. The oil is made here on this property. It was hard not to eat too much but we knew that we had dinner to eat at 8pm in the restaurant on the property. The restaurant had a Michelen star at one point but there is some confusion if ...
... on the way home gives us delicious parmigiana with melanzano in chilied oil or roast pork panini... The evening was spent at a nearby village for drinks after which we had yet another feast at our agritourismo. We are sorry to say goodbye to hosts Giana, Antonio and special Elena who all cared for us as though we were family. The ravioli was superb!! ...we have now added Rigoli pasta from Pola's ...
... Attracting resources, relationships, opportunities will be easy from
a place of clear intention, vitality, and self-knowledge, all of which I needed
to stop and realign with here in breath-taking and bountiful Tuscany.
This post is part of a fund-raiser I am presenting this
week. I am going to replenish my
reserves, and smooth the next steps with your help. And I am so excited to send the top several
donors a painting ...
... Lake Trasimeno - beautiful late afternoon light. The light continued to show off the village as well, with the old stonework set in golden hues and stark shadows. Inevitably, after a walk around town, you end up in the piazza. In Panacale, there is a choice of quite a few restaurants (all with al fresco spaces) to be made. We chose very well! While we ordered the kids mucked around in the square and made friends - with the daughter and ...
... required to be aged in oak barrels for six months and another six months in the bottle whereas the “riserva” is usually aged for four years with at least two years in oak barrels. Brunello is made from the Sangiovese grape. Sangiovese is one of the most important grape varieties grown in Tuscany and was developed in the 18th century when a fungus destroys the vines of all grape varieties except for the Sangiovese. ...