Historical estate in the heart of the ‘Chianti Classico’ from the XVIII century composed of a main villa (2,043 sqm), a stone farmhouse (403 sqm) and a Neo-Renaissance chapel, all perfectly restored and preserved keeping the original characteristics. The property includes around 100 hectares of land, 8 of which dedicated to olive groves; the remaining part comprises woods and arable lands. The villa, with its grand façade in Neo- Renaissance style with a double flight of stair, dominates the typical hilly Tuscan landscape characterized by vineyards, olive groves and cypresses. The interiors of the structure are enhanced with furniture and wall decorations from the XIX century, ancient cotto floorings, paneled ceilings or with wood beams, creating a unique atmosphere. The ancient cellars (1,560 sqm) are very fascinating, dug in the rock and with vaulted ceilings where the wine is kept in oak barrels and barriques. The property is currently used as touristic structure and location for events. For wine lovers, it is also possible to buy up to 29 hectares of adjacent Chianti Classico vineyards with the further opportunity to let them being managed by the same company.