The roads of wine and oil

For food and wine tours lovers, the Tuscan Maremma is a precious and unique land of its kind. In fact, in these areas grassy paths through the scents of the countryside and the unique flavors of wine, cheeses and a gastronomic tradition of excellent quality. A land rich of culture and tradition. Walking along the food and wine trails in Maremma does not only mean going to the discovery of wineries, farms, vineyards and olive groves, but it also means starting a journey of deep knowledge of the territory and its history.gastronomica di eccellente qualità. Una terra ricca di tradizione e di cultura. Percorrere i sentieri enogastronomici in Maremma non vuol dire solo andare alla scoperta di cantine, aziende agricole, vigneti e oliveti, ma significa anche iniziare un percorso di conoscenza profonda del territorio e della sua storia.

We usually recommend a journey that touches a large part of the Maremma. Depending on on availability of time, we list you some of the municipalities among which you can move around exploring and tasting the best local food and wine:  Capalbio, Orbetello, Grosseto, l’Argentario, l’Isola del Giglio, Campagnatico, Scansano, Pitigliano, Manciano e Sorano.

What to try? You certainly know some labels: Bianco di Pitigliano DOC, Morellino di Scansano DOC, Ansonica Costa dell’Argentario DOC, IGT Maremma Toscana Bianco and Rosso (produced in the Grosseto province) and many others. All this is accompanied by numerous and different delicacies scattered in the municipalities previously indicated: think of the Tuscan IGP Extra Virgin Olive Oil, the Pecorino Toscano DOP (sheep cheese), and then arrive at the Maremma’s Saffron and the famous mullet’s Bottarga and other products from the Orbetello Lagoon.

Let yourself be enchanted by the Maremma and carried away by the scents of a simple and genuine cuisine. Come and visit us in our farmhouses, we are close to Castiglione della Pescaia, a place particularly known for good food and excellent wine. It is no coincidence that in Castiglione della Pescaia fine DOC wines are obtained, such as “Botrosecco”, produced by the “Le Mortelle” cellar.