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The “Tour of Italy in Amphora” is back with more wine tasting sessions with the opportunity to learn about wine made in terracotta. Impruneta 29th May, 13th and 27th June 2018
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The “Tour of Italy in Amphora” is back with more wine tasting sessions with the opportunity to learn about wine made in terracotta. Impruneta 29th May, 13th and 27th June 2018

The “Tour of Italy in Amphora” is back again on Tuesday, May 29th in Impruneta (Tuscany) with the second cycle of mini-lectures and wine tasting sessions on wines made in terracotta. The Cultural Association “La terracotta e il vino” organiser of this year’s meetings has proposed once again the beautiful historical building of Fornace Agresti […]

A Shuttle bus on 19 – 20 November from 9.30 to 19.00 hrs for Fornace Agresti, location of the event linking the squares of Impruneta where to park
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A Shuttle bus on 19 – 20 November from 9.30 to 19.00 hrs for Fornace Agresti, location of the event linking the squares of Impruneta where to park

Visitors arriving in Impruneta on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th November to participate in “Terracotta and Wine 2016” will find a shuttle bus for connections between car parks and Fornace Agresti, the events location. The transport service will be continuously active during the two-days from 9.30 -19.00 hrs (until the closure of  the event). The […]

The interring of wine-jars: find out about the traditions of Georgia and Armenia during the 2-day event…but also Italian traditions too
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The interring of wine-jars: find out about the traditions of Georgia and Armenia during the 2-day event…but also Italian traditions too

The Convention Terracotta and Wine 2016 (Impruneta, 19 – 20 November) with its national and international stage featuring producers from all over the world, will give the critics, wine tasters, enthusiasts and connoisseurs of wine in amphora a chance to sample wines from regions overseas where courageous winemakers have embarked on a choice of excellence. […]

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