Spend a few hours at Trudie and Sting’s Il Palagio. Together they have created an amazing estate.
|Depart Florence via the A1 toward Rome and in less than 45 minutes, you’ll take the exit for Figline Valdarno. The beautiful villa and guest houses are available for rent. A week at Il Palagio just might be the vacation of a lifetime!|
|From the first taste of Il Palagio, we were quite entranced by this excellent production. The artisans have worked carefully to tend the trees and craft a very good certified-organic olive oil.|
The olives, harvested at the end of October are a blend of Frantoio, Moraiolo, and Leccino.
Recommended pairings include Tuscan favorites, such as bistecca, chick pea soup, carpaccio with porcini mushrooms, grilled radicchio, lentil soup, artichoke pasta dishes, oven-baked fish, red meat, and firm-textured cheeses.
Il Palagio Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Il Palagio Organic Millefiori Honey
|Honey and More|
We import the honey and the extra virgin olive oil (not the wine) and these are great ingredients for a satisfying meal.
A farro salad, together with Il Palagio extra virgin olive oil, wildflower honey, Rustichella Farro, and Acetaia Cattani White Balsamic Vinegar, is your best new salad for summer.
|Il Palagio Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil |
Il Palagio Organic Millefiori Wild Flower Honey
Rustichella d’Abruzzo Farro Ancient Grain
Acetaia Cattani White Balsamic Vinegar
This Farro Salad Recipe serves as a guide. Replace the fig vinegar with 2-3 T of honey from Il Palagio. Be sure to use Il Palagio Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil for the best results.
Taking a break with the staff at Il Palagio. They oversee the hospitality (Giulia Merli), worldwide wine and olive oil sales (Tony Sasa), and estate management (Paolo Rossi).
|Behind the Scenes at Il Palagio|
|If you would like to know more about Il Palagio…|
Il Palagio Web Site and Bookings
Telegraph Article on Staying at Il Palagio