Sting Charges Tourists 200 To Pick Grapes And Olives On Tuscan Estate

Sting has opened his Italian estate to tourists, who may pay $300 for the privilege of picking grapes and olives from it.

Tourists will be able to work with laborers on the 900-acre estate where Sting grows produce.

Tourists are given the opportunity to enjoy "succulent grapes and luscious wines, tart olives, green rolling hills, warm autumn sunshine, Cypress trees like tall sentries and the adventure and excitement of being part of the annual vendemmia, the traditional October grape and November olive harvests respected by generations of Tuscan farmers," according to Sting.

Last year, the former Police fronter began renting out cottages on his Tuscan estate for over $9,000 per week. He bought the property in 1999.

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