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Terracotta and Wine 2021, March 27-28 – Certosa di Firenze

The fourth edition of Terracotta and Wine, promoted by the Cultural Association of the same name, devoted entirely to Amphora wines from all over the world, was originally scheduled for November 2020. It has now been postponed to March 27-28, 2021. The decision, considering the National Regulations and Regional Phase 2 of the health emergency, intends to protect visitors, exhibitors, products, Association members, producers and enthusiasts of Amphora Wine attending the event. Hoping for a more serene and safe edition for everyone, we remind you that the 2021 event will take place in the magnificent and picturesque location of “La Certosa di Firenze”.

It will be a highly anticipated event, which the organizational team is already working on, held in a location of charm and evocative scenarios.

The Certosa di Firenze (Carthusian Monastery of Florence) is a historical and artistic site framed by the enchanting panorama of Monte Acuto, also called Monte Santo (Holy Mount). 

The majestic convent complex located in Galluzzo, between Florence and Impruneta, was commissioned by Niccolò Acciaiuoli, a leading figure of the fourteenth-century political economic scene. Construction began in 1341, followed by numerous interventions, modifications and extensions, which continued throughout the 1800s, giving the building a predominantly Renaissance style. This site has a particular air of peace and beauty, representing the will of the founder of the Charterhouse to make it a place for contemplative prayer (it was managed until 1957 by Carthusian monks) as well as for the study and promotion of the humanistic and cultural ideals of his time.

 

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