After a few days in farm country, you may notice that your legs are scratched from walking in the hayfields and your car is dusty beyond recognition. This is when it’s time to go to Perillà. “It’s a tiny Michelin-starred restaurant in the storybook hamlet of Rocca d’Orcia,” says Voigtmann. Sea scallop ceviche; sheep’s milk ricotta gnocchi with sea urchin, salted lemon, and spinach; roasted venison with endive and apricot—the list of creativity goes on.

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