A Sunset full of Sangiovese

What a fantastic weekend in Tuscany.  I have tons of post to write, everything from town and food recommendations, to vineyard wine tastings and bike tours.  Drop me a line if you are heading to the Tuscany region anytime soon.

Here is the first shot from the bunch.  Sunsets were so full and colorful every evening over the vineyards.  We learned tons about the Sangiovese grapes which are spread throughout the region.  Next time you are in your local wine shop, pick up a bottle of Brunello di Montalcino, 2005 or 2006.  You won’t be disappointed!

This shot was taken on my Nikon D7000 and 10-24mm lens with Gitzo Traveller tripod.  6 brackets at +/- 1EV.  Enjoy!

Thanks for visiting.  Check back daily for more from Tuscany.

  1. Jimi Jones says:

    Hey Adam, welcome back to the digital world, bud. 😉
    Sounds like you’ve had a blast. I’ve noted that wine recommendation and will find a bottle or 3. LOL

    Excellent photo. I really like the colors in this and the comp is outstanding. Nice work, as always.

  2. LensScaper says:

    Rich colors, especially in the foreground, the wide angle suits this so well. The colors are even richer in the full size image. Excellent shot, Adam

  3. Terrific shot Adam. The lines and colors are awesome.

  4. Rick Louie says:

    Wow, that looks amazing! A sunset, Tuscany, vineyard – very envious!

  5. Edith Levy says:

    Just beautiful Adam. I’m really looking forward to seeing the rest.

  6. Marco says:

    The right spelling of the Town is Montalcino.


  7. Dave DiCello says:

    Just straight up breathtaking work here man, this is outstanding!

  8. Marc Collins says:

    Wow Adam, I don’t know which lead in line to follow. Cracking image!

  9. Chantal says:

    Been to Tuscany in 2008 and loved it a lot.

  10. diane knittle says:

    3 1/2 more years and we celebrate our 50th anniversary in Tuscany…we will consult you and PJ for things to do, places to see and places to stay! Enjoyed seeing you in Italy!

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A Sunset full of Sangiovese