Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Wedding photographer in Tuscany

Tuscany is rightfully extremely popular as a wedding venue and, indeed, I attended a fabulous wedding here in Tuscany last June, the marriage of my best friend. In the meantime, the photographs have arrived and I realised that finding a great wedding photographer in Tuscany for your super-special occasion is incredibly important. The photographer at this Tuscan wedding was Sandro Fabbrini and I can strongly recommend him.

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Sandro Fabbrini - a great wedding photographer in Tuscany
Sandro not only took unique and beautiful photos of everything we requested, but he also suggested many shots that we didn't think of - we're so happy that he did, now that we see the wedding album! The wedding was particularly beautiful and it would have been a shame if our photographer hadn't been up to scratch. In fact, I heard very recently about a wedding held in Castellina where exactly that was the case. The wedding photos were so bad that the wedding party refused to pay. They were very upset. So to record your most important day, be sure to obtain reliable references for your wedding photographer before engaging him.

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Portrait photograph by Sandro Fabbrini
Sandro also does studio portraits, fashion shots and event photography in addition to wedding photography. The photos on display in his photogalleries (link below) say everything about the high quality of his work.

More about Sandro Fabbrini plus photo galleries showing Sandro's work.

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Monday, 2 February 2015

Tuscan wine tours - wine tasting in Tuscany at its best


Yesterday and today there was torrential rain in Florence and throughout Tuscany. Luckily, we had a clear evening in Greve on Thursday for the long-table dinner for the "rione" of Montefioralle and the "rione" of San Francesco. Food was average, wine was good, company was great. There were tickets available up until only a couple of hours before 8 pm when we started, so when you're visiting a Tuscan town, look for hand-written notices pasted up around the place and referring to "rione" and "cena". If you see one and don't read Italian, ask in a nearby shop for the details. The dinner with wine and spumante cost 15 euros.

Today, I took a group on wine tour with Angela Saltafuori of Tuscan Wine Tours. Both I and my friends were extremely pleased with this wine tasting tour. I've been on her tours before but this one was new with tastings in San Casciano. My strongest recommendation goes to Angie.

Wine tour in Chianti, Tuscany
Angie (centre) conducting one of her wine tours
More on wine tasting tours in Tuscany

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