Embarking onto a journey of cultural discovery is what every individual with a sense of curiosity aspires to do at least once in their lifetime. Sleek had the privilege of diving into pure Italian historical bliss accompanied by some very British wheels – Jaguar’s brand new F-Type convertible. A two-seater made entirely out of aluminium, the car demonstrates clean and lean lines with a driver-focused philosophy, delivering speed, style and substance, echoing the brand’s heritage.
The first stop was Rome, before a further stage to Umbria to visit the Tenuta Castelbuono – the winery designed by Morciano-born sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro – before continuing on to Torre di Moravola in Montone, a boutique hotel renovated over a period of six years by architect Christopher Song and his design partner Seonaid Mackenzie. Then there was a visit to the Urbani Truffle Academy before returning to Rome to stay at the First Luxury Art Hotel.
Sounds appetising? Read more about Sleek’s cultural (and speedy) trip through Italy in the Jaguar F-Type convertible in the next issue, publishing September
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