Right in the heart of the Chianti region, few kilometres from the enchanting Florence, totally surrounded by olives and prestigious vineyards, this old farm, now agriturismo and art centre, dominates the landscape from the top of a hill. The hamlet dates back to 1427 and belonged afterwards to the Buondelmonti first and the Medici then. The complex comprises a tower, some constructions, small piazzas and loggias. The restoration, which has been completed in a few years, has paid attention to every single detail, keeping ceilings with wooden beams and terracotta tiles, doorsteps, old fireplaces, doors and roofs with original roof tiles. The hamlet comprises thirteen units with luxury furniture, an excellent restaurant, an oil mill, some wide cellars, warehouses, technical rooms, offices and a gym for a total of about 2300 square metres. The surrounding land includes a prestigious vineyard of 8 hectares producing up to 55.000 bottles a year. Here are just some of the names of the tendrils: Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chianti classico Gallo Nero, Vino Rosso IGT Supertuscan pluripremiato, bianco IGT, Roseacute; IGT and Spumante Brut. The olive grove, still belonging to this property, extends for about 15 hectares and has an annual production of 5000 bottles of extravergine, recognized as the best in Tuscany. Further 5 hectares of fit for seed and 8 hectares of wood complete the landscape around the property. Completely immersed in this luxuriant greenery lies the pool, modern and with infinity edge, solarium, Jacuzzi, 18 metres long and 10 metres large with slightly salt water and beach, designed by an important architect. Next to the pool we find a useful dressing room.