Top 5 Most Luxurious Vineyard Stays in Italy
Even though the grape harvest is ending in November, it’s still a great time to visit Italy’s wine country. This is because the olive crop is just getting going. Some reasons to go to the vineyard-covered countryside in the coming weeks are the cool fall weather and the restaurants with seasonal meals.
- L’Andana Tenuta La Badiola
The well-known chef Alain Ducasse and the Italian businessman Vittorio Moretti worked together to make the hotel. L’Andana is in the coastal town of Castiglione della Pescaia and is surrounded by the Maremma Natural Park in Grosseto.
The hotel offers a variety of activities and services, including a spa, golf courses, tennis courts, truffle hunting, gourmet experiences, horseback riding, Nordic walking, and yoga, to name a few.
- Relais Vignale & Spa
The Relais Vignale is a house from the 18th century in the middle of Radda. It has a pool, and from the restaurant deck, you can see a broad view of the Tuscan countryside. The rooms are gorgeous. The Relais Vignale has a collection of old furniture, walls with frescoes, and large fireplaces.
Each room is different and has its style. They all have air conditioning and digital TV. The restaurant Vignale, part of the hotel, serves traditional Tuscan meals and good wines from the area. In the properties wine shop, attentive staff set up tastings.
- Castello Banfi Il BorgoThis wine hotel is part of Relais & Chateaux. It is in Montalcino where the famous Brunello di Montalcino is made. The hotel features nine guestrooms, five suites, a fitness center, and a heated pool overlooking olive and grape groves. The guests can also learn much about the area’s past by visiting the Glass and Bottle Museum and the Balsameria. The ‘Balsamico Etruscan Condiment’ is made in this small wine cellar.
There are also bike trips, balloon rides, tastings, and pairings with Sangiovese Brunello, Grappa, and vintage labels that can be planned. The starred La Sala Dei Grappoli stands out among the places.
- Villa Medicea di Lilliano Wine Estate
The 11th-century wine farm is about 10 km from Florence, the capital of Tuscany. It has 60 hectares of organic vineyards and olive groves. The accommodations are split between La Torre, which has five separate houses, and La Corte Villa, which has a view of the Duomo and a luxury bed and breakfast.
The hotel has a private pool and is surrounded by the Chianti hills. There are tastings and harmony experiences, cooking classes, and even the chance to make wine for a day. It’s a romantic wine spot for all kinds of partners, and they can get married in the chapel there.
- Capannelle Wine Resort
The Capannelle Wine Resort is tucked away among wineries, olive trees, and cypresses. It has only four rooms and one suite, which makes it a more intimate place to stay. The yard is lovely.
With a view of the Chianti hills in every direction, the infinity pool is a great place to raise a glass of Sangiovese Rosato, one of the excellent wines made in the area. The cellar, which was cut into the rock 3 meters below the surface, is the heart of this wine hotel.
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