THE HISTORICAL PARADE

The historical parade for the Palio of Siena is much more than a parade that precedes each Palio. It tell us the story, the emotion and proud of Sienese guys who are chosen to represent their Contrada in the promenade. The beauty of seeing the parade composed of 700 persons , horses, flags and drums…. has no equal! Borgo Grondaie does not want to tell you what’s going on during the parade, we want instead to make you concentrate on the costumes worn by the participants. As you can imagine from 1626, day of the first parade, the costumes were not always the same. On 2000 there was the last renewal but the turning point about the costumes was in 1980 when the three drafters chosen by the town council have managed to instill the ‘elegance of the late fifteenth century, through the study of famous paintings from 1450 to 1520. Regarding the materials that were used, the difficulty of finding on the market various colors of brocade fabrics , made the drafters dream up what is called “embossing”, where thanks to a mechanical roller were etched in relief the desired drawings. To give you an idea of all details taken into account for each character of the historic walk ,let me tell you the story of the costume used for the TEACHER figure: it has been used red velvet for the hat, trimmed with “vaio” fur (a kind of squirrel), the Robone ( a long sackcloth) with deep pleats and side opening till the waist. In order to reproduce the vaio fur, they used a white synthetics stitched- segments of fur, on which stripes were drawn with graphite to simulate the color of this little squirrel. Almost all the dresses are hand-sewn with delicate and precious threads and attention to detail. Can you image how long to tailor all costumes?

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Discovering Chianti area with a Fiat 500

Can you imagine discovering Chianti area with a Fiat 500? The Fiat 500 was one of the symbols of the Italian ‘50s & ‘60s. Thanks to Borgo Grondaie’s guests, who have enjoyed so much the tour, we discovered this wonderful initiative which gives you the chanceto know the Chianti area driving one of the beautiful and historic FIAT 500

Ezio, James, Paola, Olivia, Robert and Topsy are the names that the organizers (FIAT 500 TOURING CLUB)  have given to the cars. The tour starts in Florence always with a guide. After a little brief training on how to drive them (remember the double downshifts?), It starts along the road of Chianti where you can admire the beautiful landscapes, endless vineyards and the beautiful hills of olive trees. During the tour also drive along part of the road that forms part of the route of MILLE MIGLIA’s race

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Fiat 500

Your guide will explain the zone by radio. And then could not miss the music: Italian ’60s.
In addition to the Classic Tour, there are many other options that include wine tasting, cooking classes, Picnic Tour, Dinner Tour (tour at sunset with dinner in a Private Renaissance villa).
In conclusion, an initiative that we love and will make your Italian vacation perfect, in the spirit of “dolce” and beautiful life

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Fiat 500

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Chainti with a Fiat 500

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4 DAYS TO VISIT BEAUTIFUL TUSCAN LANDSCAPE

4 days to visit the beautiful Tuscan landscapes are few, but at Borgo Grondaie Siena we would love to suggest you an itinerary to admire and visit some places within easy reach and that we love so much:
1st DAY -SIENA
Cor magis tibi Sena pandit. This is the inscription that greets visitors at the entrance of Porta Camollia. The Latin phrase means that Siena opens a heart bigger than the door you’re going through.
So begins a visit to one of the most beautiful medieval cities in the world.Piazza del Campo, Siena Cathedral, the Basilica of San Domenico, the home of St. Catherine, the Palazzo Publico, the Torre del Mangia, the Basilica of St. Francis, the National Art Gallery and many other beauties will be discovered in a busy day.

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Siena Tuscan landscape

foto: Antonio Cinotti

2ND DAY – SAN GIMIGNANO – MONTERIGGIONI
Monteriggioni is a typical example of a fortified village. The main square of the town is Piazza Roma. This is the main square of the Castle, which maintains the characteristics of the villages of Tuscany, but from a sense of “country” thanks to the vegetation of the surrounding gardens and orchards, but especially thanks to the green grass that is present in the pavement of the Church and in the spaces between squares paved square.
LEGENDS! It tells of underground tunnels, secret passages, and from the castle can reach the neighboring forts and Siena. Lowering into the well located in the main square you are able to reach the gate and from there you have access to one of the underground tunnels.

Fonte : http://www.monteriggionicastle.com/

 

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Monteriggioni Tuscan landscape

foto: Ale&Fede&Shaki

San Gimignano also called the “city of towers” famous for Vernaccia wine DOCG, every year hosts millions of tourists from all over the world. Nowadays there are thirteen towers. It is said that in the fourteenth century there were seventy, at least one for every wealthy family. Tower represents the symbol of power so the highest was from the most rich family

Fonte : http://www.sangimignano.com/it/arte-e-cultura/cenni-storici

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San Gimignano Tuscan landscape

foto: Antonio Cinotti

3RD DAY- MONTEPULCIANO-PIENZA-MONTALCINO
Montepulciano is known worldwide for its wines Rosso di Montepulciano and Vin Santo, both with Denomination of Origin (DOC) which are produced exclusively in the territory and the ideal synthesis of environment, tradition, passion; the wine is now also one of the leading sectors of the economy of Montepulciano. Not to be missed when visiting the historic center: Bucelli Palace, the Church of St. Augustine, St. Agnes Church, Lodges of the grain. The Well of Griffins and lions.

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Montepulciano Tuscan landscape

foto: Tommy Clark

PIENZA
The history of Pienza is closely linked to that of Pope Enea Silvio Piccolomini born in Pienza in 1405 and in became Pope in 1458 under the name of Pius II.

Pienza has something very special as many of the streets have romantic names such as: Via della Fortuna (Street of Fortune), Via dell’Amore (Street of Love), Via del Bacio (Street of Kiss).
You can not leave without tasting the famous Pienza pecorino cheese made from sheep’s milk , the most precious among the cheese produced in this area.
Do you know that its particular flavor is due to the rare herbs that grow in this area called Crete Senesi (wormwood, salsify, juniper, birdsfoot trefoil, burnet, …)

http://www.comune.pienza.siena.it

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Pienza Tuscan landscape

foto: Antonio Cinotti

MONTALCINO
It is a lovely medieval town with narrow streets and alleyways. Currently famous for its wines among which the most valuable is the Brunello di Montalcino.

Among the churches one that deserves to be visited is the Abbey of St. Antimo. This church is a unique and significant example of Romanesque period. The monastic building was built between the eleventh and twelfth centuries and its grandeur is enhanced by the surrounding landscape, the pleasant valley of the river Starcia in which the presence of the olive tree is the key element .
Fonte: http://www.antimo.it/abbazia/storia-e-arte/

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Montalcino Tuscan landscape

foto: Antonio Cinotti

4TH DAY-CASTELLI DEL CHIANTI- BROLIO-MELETO- RADDA IN CHIANTI
CASTELLO DI BROLIO
The castle stands in the middle of endless vineyards, from which since 1141 the Ricasoli derive their famous wine. Although the castle is private, it’s possible to visit the gardens, the small museum and church. Walking on its stands you admire a beautiful views of the Chianti area.

http://www.ricasoli.it/

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Castle of Brolio Tuscan landscape

foto: Giuseppe Moscato

CASTELLO DI MELETO
In the heart of Chianti, between Siena and Florence, in the town of Gaiole in Chianti is the Castle of Meleto, a stately historic mansion and farm that produces excellent wine. The oldest part of the castle is from beginning of one thousand. The castle belonged to the Benedictine monks and later became the property of the Ricasoli family that after having entered into possession in 1200, has expanded the building in 1700 and turned it into a beautiful country house. Since 1968, the property is the Viticola Tuscany Spa, a farm surrounded by vineyards specialized in the production of Chianti Classico DOCG.
Fonte: http://www.castellomeleto.it/castello/cenni-storici.php

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Castle of Meleto Tuscan landscape

foto: jessica@flickr

RADDA IN CHIANTI
Radda in Chianti is one of the most fascinating medieval Chianti village, enclosed by towering walls. Nearby Radda in Chianti there are also many castles and beautiful churches, among which are certainly worth a visit to the Castle of Volpaia and the Romanesque church of Santa Maria in Prato
Fonte: http://www.chianti.com/it/radda-in-chianti/

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Radda in Chainti Tuscan landscape

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WHY WINE BOTTLES ARE NOT ALL EQUAL?

Have you ever wondered, why wine bottles are not all equal? There are bottles of different colors, texture and even size. Borgo Grondaie  wants to share with you our discover.

 Before, let’s take a step back in history, to know when and where the people began to store wine in bottles.

 Studies say that storing wine in glass bottles dates back to the XVIII century, when in France began producing the first bottles of blown glass.


Nowadays,  bottles are presenting with different shapes, colors  and sizes. The bottle color and shape can play a role in how the wine ages, because the air will come in contact with the wine in different areas depending on the bottle.


The main purpose of the bottle is to minimize the passage of light coming through the glass. The ray of sunshine will make the wine fake and it’s for this reason that especially for wines that will not be consumed young and red wines, dark glass bottles are preferred.

In a commercial context the size of the bottle more used is (0,750 liters), the ideal container for quality wines suitable for aging allow a harmonious and practical for the commercial operations of storage and shipping, also if there are any various sizes (from 0.1875 l up to 130 l).

In addition to the classic standard size, there are larger sizes, the Magnum from a liter and a half, the three-liter Jeroboam, etc.. and half a bottle of 0,375 or 0,500

Here are the namesand sizes of thepopular formats

 

MELCHISEDEC

40 BOTT.

30 LITERS

NABUCHODONOSOR

20 BOTT.

15 LITERS

BALTHAZAR

16 BOTT.

12 LITERS

SALMANAZAR

12 BOTT.

9 LITERS

MATHUSALEM

8 BOTT.

6 LITERS

REHOBOAM

6 BOTT.

4,5 LITERS

JEROBOAM

4 BOTT.

3 LITERS

MAGNUM

2 BOTT.

1,5 LITERS

BOTTIGLIA

 

0,75 LITERS

MEZZA

 

0,375 LITERS

QUARTO

 

0,25 LITERS

 

Let us look atthe different types:

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BORDOLESE (1):The Bordeaux, originally from the Bordeaux region, the bottle is more prevalent in the market. It is usually dark red wines while generally transparent or light green to white ones.

BORDOLESE A SPALLA ALTA (2):deriving from above, this form gives greater elegance and is then used to fine details and red wines.

CHAMPAGNOTTA (3):indicated for classic method sparkling wines or champagne, the glass of this bottle, has a greater thickness since it must withstand the pressure exerted by the wine.

CHAMPAGNE CUVEE (4):derived from the previous one, it has a wider base and a longer neck.

RENANA O ALSAZIANA (5):perfect for storage of white wines, this bottle comes with a cylinder-conical shape more stretched tapered. This type of bottle is coming from the cellar of the Rhine, Germany.

MARSALESE (6):as his name indicates, this is the bottle used for storage of Marsala. The glass is dark brown or black.

ALBEISA (7):is generally used for the preservation of red wines of Piemonte. The bottle is dark to allow a better refinement of the product.

BORGOGNA O BORGOGNOTTA (8):this bottle green color is often used for the preservation of the great wines of Burgundy. Characterized by a cylindrical-conical, in the past it was used interchangeably for white and red wines.

BOCKSBEUTEL O PULCIANELLA (9):rounded in shape and green in color. Used for storage of red wines of Franconia.

PORTO (10):generally used for fortified Iberian wines such as Port or Sherry, it often presents with different shades of green or brown.

ANFORA (11):  is generally used in France for the bottling of the wines of Provence. Some Italian companies use it for storage of Verdicchio

Almost all the bottles are used, as well as in the format of the capacity of 750 cl., In size from 375 cl., Said “half“, and in size from 1,500 cl. Called “Magnum”.
The color of the glass used ranges from white to amber, brown, green, shades lighter to darker. Especially for wines intended for aging more or less long in the bottle, it is preferable to use glass very dark, and recent studies have produced compounds that allow to obtain a filtered light for optimum wine storage.

 

Here a photo of Borgo Grondaie Wine Cellar.

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THE PASSIONS RULE THE WORLD

The passions…

If  it is true that the passions rule the world and the land of Tuscany and Siena’s territory are known to create great passions in the hearts of those coming to visit us. One of all … the wine!

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Source: www.intravino.com

The true lovers of wine are familiar with the rules governing the wine with the name ” Chianti Classico” 

For all others who are passionate about wine, as we are in Borgo Grondaie, but that are not involved in the daily production of what is called the “nectar of gods”, let us introduce you to some of the rules that make the wine a “Chianti Classico” D.O.C.G. (controlled designation of origin guaranteed)

For example do you know that Sangiovese grape is the real soul of Chianti Classico: typical of these areas , the Sangiovese grapes more than any other is able to represent the characteristics of the ground where it grows succeeding to lend the grape aromas and flavors that send you back to areas of origin ( as a floral bouquet refers to the sandstones , the aroma of berries to the limestone and the smell of fresh tobacco to tuff ) by maintaining the scent of violets that characterizes this incomparable wine.

Along with Sangiovese, other red grapes can be present in a maximum of 20 %,  , such as Canaiolo and Colorino , and those “international” , such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, recommended and / or authorized in the production area .

Among the major organic characteristics are: the ruby color that can sometimes become intense and deep , the scent with floral notes combined with the typical character of red fruit, the smooth taste,  the minimum alcohol content of 12 degrees for the young wine and 12.5 degrees for the reserve , the minimum dry extract content of 24 g/l and the total acidity of not less than 4.5 g/l.

Production factors : the yield of grapes per hectare may not exceed 75 quintal  after 4 years from plant and the yield of grapes into wine can not be greater than 70% , which is 52.50 hectoliters of wine per hectare. In addition, the operations of winemaking and bottling must take place exclusively within the production area and the authorization for home consumption is permitted from the 1rst October subsequent to grape harvest. For the Reserve is mandatory an ageing minimum of 24 months , of which at least 3 of aging in bottle.

Also with regard to the label . The label must indicate ” Chianti Classico” with the specification of ” Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin ” , one of the most prestigious awards for Italian wines , and highlight the year of production of the grapes.

Wine is the poetry of the earth, Mario Soldati writer and director

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Carnival of Foiano

Every year, during the month of February, very close to Siena takes place the beautiful Carnival of Foiano with the participation of adults and children coming from all the province.

 Carnival of Foiano

If the departure is from Siena, you’ll have to go in the direction of Perugia and exit at Foiano della Chiana.

Few days ago the first parades began after noon and the party was further enhanced by the organization of traditional dances of Ecuador. Who is writing this post is Gabriela, the new entry in Borgo Grondaie team. My origins are from Ecuador that is why this event make me feel proud and closer to my country.

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Fonte: pagina Facebook Carnevale Foiano

The protagonists of the Carnival are the 4 groups: AZZURRI, BOMBOLO, NOTTAMBULI & RUSTICI.

To discover the origin of these Carnival groups we have to come back to the last century. During the year, each group works hard to build a parade float, they choose a float design and with an allegorical theme (freely chosen by each group).

To avoid wrong behaviour and external aid, the float construction takes place in the same building.

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Fonte:  Carnevale Foiano

The artisans work with passion without receiving any compensation.

The floats parades are judged by a jury composed of 5 professionals: a designer, a painter, an art critic, a sculptor and a journalist.

 

An atmosphere of joy and happiness as the floats parades are passing by, many smiles and lots of confetti! An experience not to be missed!

Last Sunday of Carnival , the verdict will be read following the funeral of King Giocondo: the King of Carnival.

At this point of King Giocondo’s Testament will be read in the Piazza: it was reading in rhyme by the President of the Carnival all positive and negative passed year events

Upcoming events: sunday 2nd & 9th of march 2014

Ticket Prices:

Ordinary: Euro 8,00

Children under 12: Free

Discount Family: 2 adults + 1 child = Euro 13,00

Group discount of more than 30 people: Euro 7,00

www.carnevaledifoiano.it

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Val d’Orcia Tuscany

A week end trip to Val d’Orcia Tuscany – in the south part of Siena area -worth by sure a visit but if you don’t have enough time to see all its territory just Pienza and Moltancino give you the idea of how beauty is this part of Tuscany. For those who have more time we suggest to follow the river Orcia till the castle of Rocca d’Orcia (also called Rocca di Tentennano), just a few meters away from the main town of Castiglione d’Orcia. The castle is open to public and  offers an incomparable view: The near mountain Monte Amiata, the castle of Radicofani , the town of Castiglione and the hot springs just on the opposite slope of the Val d’Orcia, the spa town of Bagno Vignoni.

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The small hamlet of Rocca d’Orcia with its medieval fountains and churches from the 13th century makes you feel back into Medieval time. Here Saint Catherine of Siena learned reading and writing during their stay in 1378

The entrance fee for the castle is 3 euros and it also includes the entrance  to the small museum Sala d’Arte San Giovanni in the center of Castiglione d’Orcia. Here you can admire paintings of Simone Martini, Giovanni di Paolo and Vecchietta.

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Museum and castle are always open on Saturdays and Sundays (10:00 to 13:00 / 16:00 to 19:00).

Have a nice tour!

 

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Siena Ultramarathon 2014 – 2nd of March

A meeting that opens the new summer season : Siena Ultramarathon 2014. For those not involved in running an Ultramarathon is a race that exceeds the mandatory distance of 42,195 km of a marathon. Siena Ultramarathon will develops its 50,200 km route through some of the most beautiful Tuscan landscapes, with positive altitude of 600 meters. 15.600 km will be of dirt road with  breathtaking views . The departure will be from San Gimignano and the arrival in the Piazza del Campo in Siena .
The route of 50 km is dedicated to those who are trained for marathons or trial . The path will unfold in part on the ancient Via Francigena and will include 10 drinks’ point. .
For non-marathon runners , it will be also organized two shorter paths: one  of 32 km. starting from Colle di Val d’Elsa and one of 18 km starting from Monteriggioni .
A bus from Piazza del Campo is also organized to lead you at any departure points.
The occasion will be to live a day of sport surrounded by beautiful nature as those of  Sienese countryside and the arrival in Piazza del Campo, UNESCO World Heritage Site , will be thrilling .
It will be a race to remember!

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I want to dedicate this post to a friend of Borgo Grondaie who like me loves running and has a special love for Siena… Wayne … what do you think about a run overseas?

For more information please check www.terredisienaultramarathon.it

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Christmas traditions in Siena. From Lasagne to Ricciarelli

The culinary traditions in Siena manifest itself in all its glory at Christmas. If you are foodies Siena is the place for you.
Our culinary traditions say that  tables have to be particularly joyous, a beautiful centerpiece is a must (my mother had made one colored with vegetables to eat later with the new olive oil ). A volcano of colors: orange carrot, white Belgian salad, red radishes, green celeries, slices of fennels, small tomatoes and small fresh onions.
We started with a self service buffet organized by the fireplace. On the table there were salty delicious cakes with onion and bacon, croutons  with Porcini mushrooms, black croutons, small pieces  with pecorino cheese on.
The first course is as always the legendary PASTA AL FORNO or LASAGNA with handmade pasta and baked in a wood oven that my father lights on  a day before to reach the right temperature in order not to  burn the dishes. Just a note: when you are in Tuscany don’t call it Lasagne alla Bolognese….
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Then, as my tummy was not satisfied, the second course was roast meat cooked in the wood oven: rabbit, chicken, pigeon and lamb … all with roast potatoes!
If you are still not satisfied by my story, it’s time for cakes. Firstly the Sienese sweets: Panpepato (Gingerbread) – which I like more than Panforte because it’s more spicy -, Ricciarelli, Cantuccini (almond biscuits) perfect for Vinsanto wine (sweet wine). Then the typical Christmas sweet  called Panettone (which  my brother takes from Milan in a artisan bakery ). At the end homemade desserts that this year were Crostata with jam,  a soft chocolate cake and a Pinolata.
We drank a Chianti Classico Riserva  and a  2010th  Montecucco Riserva  and with desserts in Vin Santo and….. Grappa that someone drinks with the excuse that it’s good for digestion.
I forgot ….the coffee that at my parents’ house is made only with Moka .
A busy day for the jaws but this is just the beginning because the night of 25th and 26th  we go on celebrating Christmas with relatives and friends with boiled meat and Home made green sauce, anchovy sauce and fruits mustard .
So a marathon …….
And you? What about your Christmas menu? Which is the best dish of the area where you live ?

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Turisti per casa : The Pinacoteca of Siena. Guided theme tours in Siena

 


Turisti per casa is the name of the guided themed  tours  that every second and fourth Sunday of the month, until February  2014 will take place in the Pinacoteca di Siena at 11 am, just before lunch . Why not to tale advantage from 20% discount that some restaurants  recognize if you show the Pinacoteca ticket



 

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Borgo Grondaie has a special love for  this museum ,  that is why we have  chosen it as the venue for the 2013 edition of the Digital Invasions  Event. In this regard there is this very interesting  post written by Dominique Papi Cipriani, a professional photographer known  at the time of the  Digital Invasion, who recounts with sincere gratitude the experience of that day.


We join with enthusiasm  this initiative, which has allowed us to investigate the origins of the  Pinacoteca collection  and become aware of curiosities related to certain works such as the Santa Petronilla Altarpiece by Ambrogio Lorenzetti and the dramatic story of the beautiful Ghismunda from Bernardino Mei .
The event is organized by the guides of Siena (Federagit) with the support of Confesercenti of Siena.
Therefore it’s a pleasure to  share with you  the calendar of next visits,  time and topics and invite you to participate because it is really worth it.

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