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The village of Bolgheri has grown around a medieval castle belonging to the Counts Della Gherardesca.
It is located on a small hill and a long straight tree-lined road (Viale dei Cipressi) connects it with via Aurelia (State Road .n1) near a small temple, the Oratory of San Guido, celebrated by a famous Italian poet (Nobel Prize for literature in 1906) Giosuè Carducci, who spent his childhood at Bolgheri. Streets, squares, monuments of the village, in fact, are named after people and places dear to the poet.
But Bolgheri is also known for the high quality wine production: in the countryside all around the village are cultivated vineyards that produce excellent wines such as Ornellaia and Sassicaia.
1 de enero de 2017
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