When it comes to Tuscany who doesn't think of sun-dappled olive groves and rolling hills of vineyards? Who doesn't think of ancient farmhouses and cobbled stone piazzas? If you have always longed for such places we have two that are exactly what you've been dreaming of.
Here you'll be able to spend time as a guest on two Tuscan wineries. You'll discover exactly what it is like to live the Tuscan dream life. Even if it can only be for a few days these will be days you'll remember for ever.
Make this ancient (over a thousand years old) abbey and farmhouse your home in Tuscany.
Enjoy sumptuous feasts at the legendary restaurant and explore the surrounding Chianti vineyards at your leisure.
Badia a Coltibuono is a leading name in the world of Tuscan wine and to be able to be a part of this magical world, if only for a short time, is something that should be on everybody's bucket list.
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Only 45 minutes from Florence you'll find this small family run farm with its quaint stone farmhouse. They produce delightful organic wines (as a guest you'll get a complimentary bottle of their excellent Chianti Classico on arrival) and top quality olive oils.
Relax by the pool or just soak up the views of rolling hills and the nearby medieval town of Greve.
Even better experience the joy that is being part of a wonderful Italian family's life and savouring a lifestyle that is second to none. To discover more on the Podere Campriano click here.
Tucked away amongst the vineyards of Tuscany is a cottage made for two. Wake up to the smell of olives, grapes and Tuscany in this ultimate romantic escape. The cottage has absolutely everything you'll need for a perfect stay. More details available from Podere Ciona.
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