The Castle is a family-owned vineyard estate and winery in the Brunello region of Tuscany.
It has become recognized all over the world for its dedication to excellence and sparking a renaissance in the art of Italian winemaking.
A medieval castle towering above mountainous forests and lush, rolling vineyards expresses the speechless poetry of Montalcino, and endows the Castle's wines with more than a millennium of history and romance.
The origin of the fortress can be traced to the ancient Etruscans, but its deepest historical niche was carved during the Middle Ages.
Today, the Castle a rarity among Italian wine estates, not just because of its size (some 7,100 acres, of which around 2,400 are planted with vines), its composition of single vineyards, or its state-of-the-art winery, but because it was started from scratch less than 20 years ago.
The Black Castle is located a stones-throw from the historic cities of Florence and Siena, surrounded by 700 acres of rolling Tuscan hills.
A fully restored 12th century Castle converted into a modern luxury sanctuary, the Black Castle is a Small Leading Hotel of the world and the first property in the region to offer you the absolute latest modern facilities while maintaining the atmosphere of its historic surroundings.
Among the many unique features is a beautiful frescoed chapel and garden, the perfect setting for a symbolic wedding ceremony in castle in Tuscany.
The Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni is one of the oldest and most elegant hotels in the Lake Como area and the only 5 star de-luxe hotel in Bellagio. It is immersed in one of the most beautiful panoramas in the world.
Set in the splendid surroundings of Lake Como, where the blue waters meet the green mountains which soar above the lake, the Villa Serbelloni enjoys a breathtaking position on the promontory which juts halfway out into the lake, separating the two branches.
In the town of Tremezzo, in a corner of rare beauty, the Villa Carlotta is placed.
The building of the villa was made in 1600 for the Marquis Giorgio Clerici. The building was surrounded by magnificent gardens in the romantic Italian style, stretching up to 70 thousand square meters, with stairs going down right to the water.
The famous Villa Balbianello is located in a short boat ride from the village Balbiano, at the height of the forest covered with rich green cape, which crashed into the waters of Lake Como and forms a small peninsula. It was built in the late XVIII century by Cardinal Angelo Durini on the remains of a Franciscan monastery.
The owners of this fantastic corner changed throughout the centuries and make their contribution in equipping the Villa to their taste, but at the same time, preserving its unique originality.