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We spent a day with Gusto Umbrian Wine Tours (http://gustowinetours.com) and this was our first stop. It was a farm that produced not only Sagrantino wine (FANTASTIC!) but also raised its own pigs for salumi and prosciutto. Local cheeses were added as were home made biscuits and bread. This farm was considered a small wine producer making just 6000 bottles annually. But wow, such an amazing little place. It is so “off the beaten track” that it took us 30 minutes on a tiny dirt road to get there after our meet up point near Todi which was another 30 minute drive. So worth the trip! We can’t wait to join Gusto next Spring for another such adventure.

Sagrantino tasting!

Sagrantino tasting!