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Avignonesi Winery Fattoria Le Capezzine

Via Colonica, 1, 53045 Montepulciano SI, Italy

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About Avignonesi Winery Fattoria Le Capezzine

A unique and organic wine estate based in the heart of the Nobile appellation. Offering an array of varied experiences there is something for everyone! Join us and enjoy life through a glass. Named after the original founders of the estate, the Avignonesi family, the winery has undergone an exciting journey since it was first established. Acquired by Virginie Saverys in 2009, Avignonesi has grown in size and at the same time has become a leader in biodynamic viticulture in Italy.

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The Val di Chiana or Valdichiana, formerly the Clanis Valley, is a valley of tectonic origin, whose lakes are remnants of the Pliocene and whose valley floor consists of important alluvial residues from the 11th century, located in the ' central Italy , included among the provinces of Arezzo and Siena, in Tuscany, and among those of Perugia and Terni, in Umbria.

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Lago di Chiusi13.48km from Avignonesi Winery Fattoria Le Capezzine

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Lago Trasimeno13.98km from Avignonesi Winery Fattoria Le Capezzine

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The region of Umbria is in central Italy and is an attractive destination for a low-key, pleasant holiday.  It is one of the few Italian regions to have no coastline, and its countryside is green and fertile, much of it wooded and hilly. Umbria is often described as a walkers' paradise.