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Castiglion del Bosco La Toscana è terra che riesce semre a stupire per la sua bellezza, Castiglion del Bosco sa anche emozionare. Una delle tenute più grandi e storiche del territorio, la cantina è tra i soci fondatori del Consorzio del Brunello di Montalcino, nel 1967. Proprietà di Massimo Ferragamo dal 2003, Castiglion del Bosco è un luogo magico. Si estende su 2,000 ettari nel cuore della Val D’Orcia, Patrimonio dell’Umanità Unesco, con 62 ettari di vigneti. L’approccio naturale alla viticultura - certificazione biologica - unito ad una tecnologia all’avanguardia in cantina, hanno permesso di raggiungere eccellenti risultati in termini di qualità dei vini e un perfetto equilibrio nel vigneto. L’elegante cantina accoglie al suo interno Millecento Wine Club, tra i più elitari nel mondo del vino e accessibile solo su invito, e propone diverse tipologie di tour, durante tutto l’anno, dalla degustazione di Brunello, all’arte dell’abbinamento con il formaggio, fino a prestigiose verticali con vecchissime annate, oltre ad un evento annuale per “vivere” la vendemmia. La gestione della cantina è affidata all’enologa Cecilia Leoneschi. Castiglion del Bosco is one of the world’s most fascinating wine estates and one of the founding members of the Consorzio Brunello di Montalcino, established in 1967. Owned by Massimo Ferragamo, the estate is located in the heart of Val d’Orcia, an area recognized by Unesco as a World Heritage Site. Here you can immerse yourself in the beauty of this authentic corner of Tuscany, a setting of unparalleled elegance and refinement, while enjoying the estate’s top wines. We offer a selection of different Wine Experiences, giving you the opportunity to visit the vineyard, the cellar, and taste a range of our different wines, including various Brunello di Montalcino and old vintages. To ensure a dedicated and personalised service, the guided tour and tasting will be arranged by reservation only.
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Terra di SetaSince 2001, Terra di Seta winery is part of a family-run organic farm conducted by Daniele Della Seta and his wife Maria Pellegrini. The farm is on a hill near Siena, with a 360 view on the Tuscan countryside of the famous Chianti Classico area. Typical of the Chianti Classico area, in the central part of Tuscany in which wine has been produced for centuries, our vineyards are on a hill at about 1,574 feet above sea level, in a natural south-facing amphitheater: a sunny and windy place, with warm days and cool summer nights, perfect for the ripening of Sangiovese grapes, the most important variety of Tuscany, the grape of our tradition. The ground is rocky and dry, letting the roots of the vine go deep and find water rich in minerals: it is these last ones that give strength and elegance to the wine. This is a land of ancient traditions that was civilized in remote periods first by the Etruscans, who left many traces of their activity in the wine sector, and then by the Romans. The first document in which the name Chianti appeared in reference to the wine produced in the zone dates to 1398. In 1716 Cosimo III de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany issued an edict with the norms for the production of this wine, the first time in history that someone had promulgated a law about wine! Since 1716 till now the wine of this area continuing to be strictly regulated by the Chianti Classico Consortium. The term “Classico” means, therefore, “the first”, “the original.” While the Della Setas come from an ancient Jewish family settled in Rome since 2000 years, the Pellegrinis are an old Tuscan family, from Pitigliano and Capalbio villages, with three generations of strong tradition and experience in wine production.
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