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Sambuca Pistoiese

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In the middle of the Limentra Valley, Sambuca links its past with the events that made it the protagonist during the battles in the medieval age. On the border between Emilia Romagna and Tuscany at the foot of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, Bologna became interested in this area with the intention of annexing it. Pistoia, with the help of the Florentine Republic, he managed for years to not lose the podestà.

Today, one of the main attractions of the village is the Castle from the 11th century. Architectural masterpiece, was modernized already in medieval times as a result of the clashes that followed. Today, through the exhibits were stored inside, you can retrace the main phases of the battles and discover the mysterious secrets of this majestic place.


Traditions and Typical products

Many dishes from this beautiful country are linked to "IGP Chestnut of Montagna Pistoiese". Among these, cakes made from flour of this fruit as the "castagnaccio", perfect to end the tasty Tuscan meals are some examples.

Land of oil, and especially of the exceptional wines of the generous Tuscan countryside, the mountain Pistoiese with Sambuca is the ideal place to enjoy meat dishes served with the fresh Tuscan bread seasoned with olive oil and maybe a glass of "Trebbiano Toscano".

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