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my olive Oil

On this hill we have ideal conditions for the cultivation of Olive trees and our olive oil is considered one of the best in the world. OLIO EXTRAVERGINE DI OLIVA SETTESOLDI -“classico“- obtained from the typical Tuscan mix of different varieties:frantoio,moraiolo, leccino and pendolino. OLIO EXTRAVERGINE DI OLIVA SETTESOLDI- “Mignolo in purezza“-Obtained from a very rare variety: mignolo. Here you have the opportunity to taste these special oils. ” mmmmmmmm”


from the vegetable garden to the table

The vegetable garden is a few steps away from the dining table and, if our friends: wild boars, porcupines, deer and disrespectful human beings allow, we can enjoy the garden produce with our dishes. “mmmmmmmm
mmmmmmmmm” An international, untranslateable exclamation, but universally understood. Depending on the season:salad, tomatoes


zucchini, onions, egg plants, artichokes, green peppers,string beans,spinach, fennels, carrots,leeks, and cabbages. In Springtime during a nice walk we pick up wild asparagus “mmmmmmm

white truffle

white truffle

Et dulcis in fundo: white truffle ! These hills are the richest area for white truffle.The precious, sublime: “WHITE TRUFFLE OF SAN MINIATO” “mmmmmmmm” In San Miniato every year in the month of November, the White Truffle fair takes place attracting visitors from all over the world. Especially during this period you have a chance of visiting the agriturismo to enjoy dishes with truffles. “mmmmmmmm”.



Leonardo Beconcini and his wife Eva manage together Pietro Beconcini Agricola, Tuscan winery in San Miniato by generations. The long and patience work research and the massal selections have permitted him the in-depth understanding of the vineyards in his land, so to dedicate his life to local grapes cultivation and to the discovery of the unexpected presence at San Miniato of the fabulous grape Tempranillo variety . TODAY, PIETRO BECONCINI AGRICOLA IS THE FIRST WINERY IN TUSCANY TO PRODUCE WINES FROM THIS NOBLE VARIETY, WHICH HAS SUCH DEEP HISTORICAL ROOTS IN SAN MINIATO