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Fattoria San Michele a Torri - Winalist
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Fattoria San Michele a Torri is located in the heart of Chianti, 15 km away from Florence. It tak...
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Tenuta Adamo - Winalist
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Tenuta Adamo was born in 2020 from a project focused on the enthusiasm of investing in the centur...

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Antonelli - Winalist
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Antonelli

Among the longest-lived companies in the appellation, Antonelli San Marco has been owned by the f...
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Fontana Candida - Winalist
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Fontana Candida

Where the most ancient history meets the most modern trends and tastes, Fontana Candida lives her...

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Fattoria Lavacchio Bio-winery - Winalist
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Fattoria Lavacchio Bio-winery

Fattoria Lavacchio is located 18km from Florence. The Tuscan estate is a typical family-run busin...
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Tenuta La Novella - Winalist
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Tenuta La Novella

Tenuta la Novella is a winery with a history dating back to the 19th century. The estate has had ...
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Fattoria Pagnana - Winalist
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Fattoria Pagnana

Pagnana is located just 15 km from Florence, among the gentle landscapes of the Chianti hills of ...

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Colonnara

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What is San Marino Italy famous for?

The oldest republic in the world: San Marino is the oldest republic in the world, with a history dating back to the 4th century. This rich cultural heritage is celebrated throughout the country and is a major attraction for visitors.


Stunning views: San Marino is located in the heart of the Apennine Mountains, and it offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. The country is famous for its Three Towers of San Marino, which are the symbols of the country and offer stunning views of the surrounding countryside.


Rich cultural heritage: San Marino has a rich cultural heritage, with a variety of historic landmarks and cultural attractions, including the Palazzo Publico, the Basilica of San Marino, and the Museum of Ancient Arms.


Local crafts: San Marino is also known for its local crafts, including ceramics, glassware, and textiles. The country is home to several workshops and studios where visitors can watch artisans at work and purchase unique handmade items.


High standard of living: San Marino is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, with a high standard of living and low unemployment rate. This, combined with its stunning views and rich cultural heritage, makes it a popular tourist destination.

Is wine produced in San Marino?

Yes, San Marino is a wine region that produces and makes wine. Although the country is small and not well known for its wine production, it does have a small but thriving wine industry. The main grape varieties grown in San Marino are Sangiovese, Montepulciano, and Trebbiano, and the wines produced are typically bright, fresh, and well-balanced.

What wines are made in San Marino, Italy?

The main grape varieties grown in San Marino are Sangiovese, Montepulciano, and Trebbiano, and these grapes are used to make a variety of wines, including:

Red Wines: San Marino's red wines are made from the Sangiovese and Montepulciano grape varieties, and they are known for their bright, fruit-forward flavors and medium-bodied structure.

White Wines: The Trebbiano grape variety is used to make San Marino's white wines, which are light and crisp, with fresh, citrusy flavors.

Rosé Wines: San Marino also produces rosé wines, which are made from a blend of red and white grapes. These wines are light and refreshing, with bright fruit flavors and a crisp acidity.

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