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Siena Vineyards & Wineries

     Your trip to Siena wouldn't be completed without a couple of bottles of Chianti, the best-known Italian wine, which comes exactly from splendid towns and villages near Siena. Brunello di Montalcino, Vin Santo, Chianti Classico and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano all of these mythical wines hail from this lovely region. Visit Montepulciano and Montalcino, the Renaissance dream-city of Pienza, the beautiful Val d'Orcia, the great monasteries and the enchanting spa-villages such as Saturnia and Bagno Vignoni, and of course stop by on wineries for the wine to die for.
Castello Banfi
As a family-owned vineyard estate and winery in the Brunello region of Tuscany, Castello Banfi's dedication to excellence in the art of winemaking has been recognized by wine aficionados the world over. Castello Banfi has also been named Italy's best wine estate every year since 1994. Overlooking the vineyards is the estate's medieval showpiece, a Romanesque fortress now known as Castello Banfi. Meticulously restored as a hospitality center, it boasts a formal restaurant, a taverna, an enoteca and a glass museum.

53024 Montalcino
Phone: 0577-840-111
Castello Banfi
Castello Di Fonterutoli
The property of the Mazzei family since 1435, Fonterutoli still preserves its original aspect of a tranquil country hamlet, consisting of a few houses, the Church of San Miniato and a villa that replaced the fortified castle of the Middle Ages. Fonterutoli is a well-structured and complex estate with a great character and tradition. It is generally regarded as one of the most important properties in the Chianti Classico zone and in Italy, an estate projected towards the future which is always seeking new quality frontiers. Because of its location, Fonterutoli represents an ideal jumping-off point for expeditions to explore the cultural and tourist attractions of the authentic Chianti Classico zone.
Via Ottone III, 5, Fonterutoli, I-53011 Castellina in Chianti
Phone: 0577-73-571
Castello Di Fonterutoli
Tenuta Torciano
The Tenuta Torciano has been producing Tuscan Wine since 1720 on the hills around the town of San Gimignano - Siena. Base of a small Etruscan village dating from the Hellenistic period, its history started around the 10th century on a hill 334 meters above sea level surrounded by a beautiful landscape, dominating the River Elsa Valley. San Gimignano is a City of uncommon beauty, with its proud towers, shining in the sky like a star, surrounded by green hills. This historic village offers an exquisite cultural experience and of course the Torciano's products: Chianti and Chianti Classico, Vernaccia of San Gimignano, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and Brunello of Montalcino.

Via Crocetta 18, San Gimignano
Phone: 0577-950-055
Tenuta Torciano