At one time this arch represented one of the entrances to the villa for those arriving from the small river port that Villa Bibbiani had directly on the banks of the Arno river
A crouton topped with lard is a delicacy of the local cuisine, pairing it with a glass of typical Tuscan wine such as Pulignano IGT
Villa Bibbiani has recently launched its e-commerce platform in Italy: shop.villabibbiani.it
It was chosen because of its chromatic association of this splendid flower with our rosé wine, but also the flower’s beautiful history with Villa Bibbiani.
For this typical Tuscan course, you should pair this unique pasta with Chianti, especially our most special Chianti Montalbano DOCG.
farmers work on reducing the number of shoots and arrange them in the best possible way so that the structure is favourable to the grapes as they ripens.
The vineyards of Villa Bibbiani are located within the property. Each type of soil has different percentage composition of galestro, clay, large stones and sand.
With a bright ruby red colour and enveloping tannins, Pulignano, a pure Sangiovese, will enhance the taste of Pecorino creating a nice balance on the palate.
The barrique cellar was built by the marquis Cosimo Ridolfi, a legendary Tuscan winemaker and agronomist who created one of the first Italian botanical parks back in 1800.
The Hovenia dulcis, present in the wooded meadow of the Villa Bibbiani park, inspired our Pulignano label
The private and completely frescoed chapel was dedicated to Santa Teresa d’Avila in honour of Maria Teresa of Austria.
The gentle mountain hills on the outskirts of Florence, on the road to Empoli, are the Montalbano Hills.