Settled on the rocks of a mountain. Hidden in the dense vegetation of a forest. Perched on top of a cliff. Small, ancient and semi-deserted: Italy is dotted with almost abandoned villages that are disappearing; they have been abandoned for centuries because afflicted by earthquakes, hunger or simply by the lure of the city
When we say truffle, your mind immediately goes to the White Truffle of Alba, the one that grows in Piedmont, in the Langhe, Roero and Monferrato. Actually, Italy can to all intents be considered the homeland of the truffle, not only because of the quantity and quality of the harvest, but also and above all
Few territories can offer such a rich and fascinating panorama. In the green heart of Tuscany, lies a territory that stretches between, Florence, Siena and Arezzo.
When we think of Tuscany, our thoughts turn to a green and colourful landscape of hills dotted with medieval villages and fringed with cypresses.