Azienda Agricola Bulichella
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Our last full day in Tuscany started cloudy and grey but cleared to sunshine as we headed out the door. The tourists had already reached the piazza in San Gigmignano by 9:00am. We on the other hand decided today was a good day to get out of town for a round of golf at the resort course at Castelfalfi, a short 25 kilometers from where we are staying.
Castelfalfi is a very small Tuscan resort town with what appears to be many apartment ...
The sound of the pigeons woke us nice and early again. Jerry closed the window hoping to get a bit more shut eye then.......the sound of vehicles, voices, and loud banging from the Thursday morning market set-up. Oh well, it's not like we have to get up for work! So we started the day a bit early!! Besides, Jerry's inquisitive nature let him enjoy watching the weekly market vendors set up.
After a ...
... quite some distance and were now about 50 km away from our start point. Quite a long drive home, we accidentally found ourselves heading north (instead of south toward Florence. Anyway we survived and managed to navigate ourselves back onto the correct road and find our way back to our accommodation.
In the evening we had dinner at the winery restaurant. They had fortunately changed the menu, but seemed quite short ...
... and basically taste as much wine as you like on the panoramic terrace. The local San G speciality is a white called Vernaccia. It’s quite different to your standard whites and goes with all sorts of food including red meats. Their red wines pack a punch too, and one in particular I could taste cherry and cinnamon. Most of the producers also made olive oil, so we soaked up the wine with fresh bread and olive oil, plus one of the wine makers had a selection ...
Miriam and my day trip turned into an overnighter as it was just so beautiful and we hadn't finished our treasure hunt yet. The food was great and San Gimignano and it's Torre (towers) is beautiful. Our treasure hunt was fun and we saw more of San Gimignano than we ...