Bio restaurant: Traditional Tuscan flavours, using organic or km O products

Bio restaurant: Traditional Tuscan flavours, using organic or km O products
Bio restaurant: Traditional Tuscan flavours, like Nonna used to make, using organic or km O products

Our Tuscan cuisine melts organic food with traditional recipes, such as homemade pasta, which have been handed down for generations. Our philosophy is to offer typical and traditional dishes of the Valtiberina Toscana, an area on the eastern border between Romagna and Umbria.

What is organic here? Everything! Why organic? In order to give you the best, and to respect our earth as well.

Our food tradition, crossing the borders of the map, is characterised by dishes like passatelli, ravioli and potatoes tortelli from Romagna, or fennel sausages from Umbria, as well as typical Tuscan dishes such as panzanella, minestra di pane, sugo finto, bruschetta, crostini neri and handmade pasta.

Our cuisine stands out for plates based on hunted food such as wildboar, alongside porcini mushrooms and truffles picked in the surrounding bush. This is traditional Tuscany on a plate!

Our organic farmhouse, thanks to the cooking skills of mamma Antonella, is the winner of the farms cooking contest from the annual “100 flavours of Appennino” festival with her specialty: wildboar and mushroom.

The ingredients of the restaurant come from our organic farm: vegetables, extra vergine olive oil, wine, fruit, chestnuts and meat from own animals raised for exclusive use of the villa, and what we do not produce comes from local farms belonging to the circuit Campagna Amica (Friendly Farmland) promoted by Coldiretti (the bigger association of italian farmer) and to which we have always been associated as deployed to protect and guarantee the high quality of local agricultural products and the Made in Italy agro-food.

During the summer we eat outside with lake view!

The large outdoor area with tables and parasol offers to the guests the opportunity to eat outside with a panoramic view of Lake Montedoglio.


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