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A Tuscan Ghost-Town-Turned-Pasta-Lovers'-Paradise

A Tuscan Pasta Lovers' Paradise: Monteverdi

American lawyer Michael Cioffi turned a deserted hilltop town in Tuscany into a paradise of pasta, art and music.

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A Tuscan Winemaker's Miniature Empire

A Tuscan Winery: Progetto Rocca d'Orcia

Pasquale Forte made his mark producing seriously impressive wines. Then he turned his attention to restoring the nearby hilltop town Rocca d'Orcia, opening an art gallery, a home-goods store, an enoteca and an osteria headed by chef Enrico Bartolini.

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A Cooking School in a Medieval Tuscan Village

A Tuscan Cooking School: Toscana Resort Castelfalfi

In this idyllic region of Italy, visionary entrepreneurs are transforming entire medieval villages—beautiful, abandoned, on the brink of extinction—into phenomenal places to sleep, eat and shop.

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A Tuscan Spa Where You Can Hunt Wild Boar

Castello di Casole

Once the home of the noble Bargagli family, Castello di Casole is now a resort with an undeniably regal feel.

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