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A working farm since 1404, Vignamaggio has been cultivating the vines and producing wine for over 600 years...

Half way between Florence and Siena, the estate extends for over 250 hectares in the hills of the Chianti Classico region. Vignamaggio overlooks a countryside landscape, of forests, vineyards and ancient hamlets scattered about on the surrounding hills. At the core of the farm is the Renaissance villa, surrounded by Italian style gardens, which fill the spaces between rows of cypresses, vines and olive trees.

Vignamaggio is in the geographical and enological heart of the Chianti Classico region, 33 km from Florence and 35km from Siena, two of Tuscany’s most important cities. The villa at Vignamaggio was built by the Gherardini family in the XIV century. If this family name sounds familiar, it is probably because of the famous Monna Lisa Gherardini, the “Gioconda” painted by Leonardo da Vinci between 1503 and 1506.

 

Today Vignamaggio extends for over 250 hectares, with 62 ha of Vineyards and 30 ha of Olive groves, both in organic conversion. The estate overlooks a countryside landscape, of forests, vineyards and ancient hamlets on the surrounding hills.

A wine farm for over 600 years, the estate today offers first class accommodation in rooms and apartments, guided tours of its magnificent Italian Style gardens and the opportunity to taste the farm’s produce in its restaurant, Monna Lisa.

Facilities
•    30 rooms, suites, apartments situated in the Villa and three old farmhouses
•    The Renaissance gardens
•    Organic vegetable garden
•    Monna Lisa Restaurant
•    Wine shop
•    2 pools, gym, wellness, tennis court and 3 walking trails

For further information, don’t hesitate to contact us, either by email or visiting our website.

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