Tuscany & Japan
In the next edition
In the next edition…
We’ll take you to the Italian region of Tuscany. To Fattoria La Vialla to be exact, an estate which has been working the Tuscan soil with a biodynamic approach since the 1970’s. Resulting in delicious olive oils and beautiful wines which taste even better while gazing over the Tuscany hills. We’ll also bring an ode to Japan.
Until then, happy travels!
Marco, Frits & Daan
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