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Frescobaldi

(Italian freskoˈbaldi)
n
(Biography) Girolamo (dʒiˈrɔːlamo). 1583–1643, Italian organist and composer, noted esp for his organ and harpsichord music
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Fres•co•bal•di

(ˌfrɛs koʊˈbɑl di)

n.
Gi•ro•la•mo (dʒiˈrɒl əˌmoʊ) 1583–1643, Italian composer.
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This March, Villa Toscana invites grape and food connoisseurs to an exclusive Italian evening with Giuseppe Palmeiri, Italian grape expert and representative of the Frescobaldi Family. Thirty generations of the Frescobaldi a Florentine family dedicated their lives to the production of great grapes across 6 Tuscan estates, matching tradition and innovation until today.
The Frescobaldi family has been producing Tuscan wines for more than 700 years and some 30 generations.
From the renowned Frescobaldi family of Tuscany comes a pinot noir, from a region better known for Sangiovese.