Villa La Malva

Address: Via Fratelli Buricchi 35, Carmignano, Tuscany, 59015, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Fratelli Buricchi 35, Carmignano, is near Church of San Lorenzo, Villa Medicea di Poggio a Caiano, Laurentian Library (Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana), and Centro Ippico l'Agrifoglio.
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    Travel Blogs from Carmignano

    Capezzana Wine Estate

    A travel blog entry by cmatoian on Oct 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the winery. Several of the older grandchildren help run the winery as well. We had a tour of the cellar and property by Benedetta, the daughter who is the chief winemaker. We saw their cellar where the oldest bottle was from the 1925 vintage. They also have two large cellar where they age their vin santo. After the Nebbiolo grapes are air dried, they are crushed and fermented and remain in barrels to age for at least 6 years. We were treated ...

    Day 3: San Gimignano & Chianti (Tuscany)

    A travel blog entry by bkseitz on Sep 15, 2014

    2 comments, 34 photos

    ... similar to Chicken Marsala (of course, much fresher and better tasting than any I've had in the US). After finishing our meal and last glass of wine, the instructor and owner presented us with a little individual cookbook for each of us that outlines all we made today! Our voyage continued on to Greve in Chianti at Castello Verrazzano for a nice wine tasting. We of course sampled Chianti Classico and their reserve; but, also got to try their Rosato ...

    Tuesday in Tuscany with Alessandro

    A travel blog entry by vannstravel on Jun 17, 2014

    12 photos

    ... oil, wine and balsamic. David can't actually call it Balsamic, since in Italy all Balsamic must come from Modena. It's the same stuff but David calls it Salsa di mosta a uva Trebbiano. The must of the Trebbiano grape. Bless their hearts! Lunch at Bar d'Orso....the bear. We ate there last year and couldn't wait to get back. Two vegan soups for CnT....ribbiola was a big hit....and pasta a cacio e pepe (cheese n pepper) for ...

    Firenze giorno due

    A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 07, 2014

    15 photos

    ... line. We stood in the line again (the inefficiency was killing me). Finally the doors opened and we paraded in with the other tourists. We got about 100 steps up and found little waiting area for people to catch their breath. Then you head up a narrower stairwell and come out inside the dome way above the church.

    There was a lot of stop and go on the narrow stairwells and I was feeling trapped. I had Doug tell me happy stories to distract me. The ...

    Il Giorno di Ringraziamento

    A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Nov 28, 2013

    94 photos

    ... was getting to sit down for a traditional 'harvest meal' based around the olio nuovo, or 'new oil' that had been harvested just that year, probably only a few weeks ago. We had four different courses in a rustic-looking dining room with a fireplace. The kitchen was actually physically sharing the room with us, and was just divided by a curtain. It was incredible. In the first course, which had some delicious mild spinach-like greens soaked in olive oil on toast, ...