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Welcome to Chestertons Tuscany. Tuscany is known for its breath-taking landscapes, history and art. With the perfect mix of contemporary and renaissance art, there is something for every art lover. The Museo Diocesano in Cortona offers a small but truly sensational collection of renaissance art. Those visiting the Apuan Alps will see peaks whitened by marble as opposed to snow. From fresh white truffle and porcini mushrooms to seafaring cacciucco, an Italian fish stew native to the western coastal towns of Tuscany and Liguria. Famed for its' vineyards, the oldest winery in Italy can be found in Chianti, Castello di Brolio.
The Italian language was derived from Tuscan dialect, dating all the way back to the Renaissance period.Essential Italy
International Liaison Manager
Sam is Chestertons' International Liaison Manager. A thirst for knowledge, combined with a wealth of luxury sales experience; Sam's core focus is selling international property and land through the global Chestertons network - generating leads, advising buyers and liaising with the overseas offices to ultimately connect buyers with their ideal property.