Montepulciano Village (and Its Wine)

Montepulciano Village near Siena

A Marvellous Medieval Village To Visit in Tuscan Hills

This town is a beautiful example of Tuscan Medieval Village on the top of Siena hills, also known for the wine: Nobile of Montepulciano.

The Real Tuscany, Preserved by Ancient Walls

Montepulciano 3Inside the ancient walls, that in the past time maintained safe the inhabitants from the attack of the soldiers coming from Florence, the historical centre developes through narrow roads.

When you walking inside the centre you can taste the flavour of the history, you can see by your eyes the ancient valley called Val d’Orcia, the best conserved area of the Tuscan hills.

The most beautiful photos you can see on google images from Tuscany are from this area.

A Real Tuscan Experience for The Sight and For The Taste

All around shops, restaurants, cafè, wineries will lead you to the top of the village, where enjoying beautiful squares, churches and amazing panoramic views.

Also you can taste a lot of different wines from the wineries in the area.

A must to do is spending also free time into winery that gives you the opportunity to visit the underground cellar and to taste local products like wine, pecorino cheese, olive oil and more other specialists.

Here some wineries where you can taste Nobile di Mintepulciano or Rosso di Motepulciano

Cantina Ercolani (inside it’s possible walk in the “cantina” of the city, rooms downstairs the other builiding)
Cantina Fattoria della Talosa
Cantina de Ricci
Contucci Cantine

Also we advise a lunch on Fattoria Pulcino, just outside Montepulciano village. The owners are very friendly and give very traditional menu.

Private Tours in Montepulciano and Montalcino

Bellaitaliatour arrange Private tours on Montepulciano and Montalcino area with departures every where in Tuscany. The tour includes lunch inside a winery and wine tasting in two wineries with visit of “cantina” and vineyards.

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