EUROTRIP PART 6 – MONTEPULCIANO

Reisiteemaliste postituste vahele on nüüd küll parajalt pikk paus jäänud, aga jätkan siiski meie suvise roadtripi fotodega. Nagu eelnevas eurotripi postituses mainisin, siis peatusime Toscanas sellises väikelinnas nagu Pienza. Selle vahetuses läheduses asus aga Montepulciano ehk linn, mille nime ma ühelegi veinisõbrale lähemalt tutvustama ei pea ning mille külastamist kohe eriti suurel õhinal ootasin. Ja oi, kui tore ja ilus koht see on! Jõudsime seal ringi käia küll vaid paar tunnikest, kuid mahutasime selle aja sisse nii kiired tutvumised kohalike kassidega ja mõned veiniostud kui ka üle Toscana maakonna laiuva päikeseloojangu nautimise. See koht on kohustuslik kõigile, kes heast veinist ja klassikalisest Itaaliast lugu peavad ning ka minul endal lisandus see imeline linnake sellesse nimekirja, kus ilutsevad kohad, mis pikemat peatust üdini väärt on.


It’s been a while since I’ve posted any photos from my summer roadtrip, but I’m more than happy to continue with these posts – it was such an amazing trip after all! While we were staying in Tuscany, we managed to make a quick two-hour trip to Montepulciano, a town that any wine lover has probably already heard of. I got extremely excited when I found out that we were staying near this town and this quick trip was a definite must for me! We didn’t have the time to explore it for more than a couple of hours, but we were lucky enough to visit it during a gorgeous sunset, which made the town look even more magical. I of course made friends with a few local cats and we managed to do a little wine shopping as well, but this town is now definitely in my bucket list and I can’t wait to go back there and explore it properly! It’s a definite must for anyone who loves good wine and that traditional and genuine Italian culture.

Where: Montepulciano, Italy

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