An interesting event is taking place on the 21st and the 22nd of November in Milan: Maremma Wine Shire.
On display the best wine production of this south-western Tuscan area, ranging from the red “Morellino di Scansano” to the “Bianco di Pitigliano” from the “Capalbio” to the “Ansonica Costa dell’Argentario” to end up with the “Montecucco” and the “Monteregio” from Massa Marittima.
Maremma, today, is no longer the treacherous place, the “bitter land” of Tuscany’s folklore songs.
After a successful reclamation scheme, a miracle turned the land into a charming landscape rich in vineyards, olive groves, orchards ending up against a magnificent coastline.
Grosseto is the largest province in Tuscany, offering an unconventional countryside to the traveller’s sight and taste.
A heaven for art lovers and foodies.
Why not plan a flight from daily routine and visit the area?
Treat yourself with a glass of Maremma wine, together with salami and different flavoured Pecorino cheese, immersed in an unforgettable landscape.
For accommodations of different types and prices have a look at http://www.tuscanyholidayrent.com/Maremma/viewstruct_area_10.html