Historic estate in the heart of the Chianti Classico dating back to the eighteenth century, which includes the main house (2043 sqm), a stone farmhouse (403 sqm) and a Renaissance chapel, all perfectly preserved and restored respecting the original characteristics. The property includes approximately 154 hectares of land, 15 of which are vineyards, additional 13 can be transformed into vineyards, 12 are olive groves, and the rest covers forest and arable land. The villa, with its imposing façade in neo eighteenth century style with a double staircase, dominates the typical Tuscan hills characterized by the samevineyards, olive groves, cypress trees. The interiors of the property are complemented by rich furnishings and wall decorations dating to the nineteenth century, old terracotta floors, beamed ceilings and wooden beams that create a truly fascinating and unique atmosphere. The winery produces mainly Chianti Classico wine. Very fascinating ancient wine cellars, (1560 sqm) excavated in the rock, together with vaulted ceilings where the wine is stored in oak barrels and barriques complete the property, currently used as tourist accommodation and event venues. In addtion to this, there is a 200 sq.m, storage available.
Welcome to la dolce vita. Tuscany is the region most associated with the quintessential Italian countryside. It is nothing if not evocative: the birthplace of the Renaissance, the land of Michelangelo and Botticelli. Its hill towns are strewn with olive groves, cypress trees and vineyards. Read more about luxury homes in Tuscany