Much of the food in these villages comes from traditional Etruscan cuisine. The Etruscans followed a similar diet to the Mediterranean one we know today, mainly sticking to olive oil, meat, and - of course - wine. Try a bowl of Pici all’aglione; the Etruscans are believed to have prepared their own version of pici (a long, thicker Tuscan version of spaghetti). Acquacotta soup is also delicious. Literally meaning cooked water, it’s a recipe that has been traced to the Etruscans consisting of water, onions, extra virgin olive oil, celery, carrot, toasted homemade bread, grated pecorino cheese and eggs.