Tuscans tend to be pragmatic when it comes to farming. Where grains won't grow, they plant vines. And where vines won't grow, they plant olive trees. Husband and wife Marco Pallanti and Lorenza Sebasti have grown olives for years at their Chianti winery, Castello di Ama.
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