Montepulciano, the town of wine and cheese-makers, is placed about 40 miles away from Siena, on the top of the hill. First built as an outpost, since XVI century this town gains popularity as a residence of Italian nobles. These nobles are the ones for whom all the stunning palaces and churches edging narrow medieval streets were built. But the main thing Montepulciano is famous for all over the world – is the local wine called “Nobile di Montepulciano”. From the top of the town council tower, you can see wonderful view of Tuscany vineyards that give raw stuff to the local wine-makers for their wineries.