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<p>Historical Wineries and Residences all under the same roof: it’s a winning combination. The production of premium Italian wines is perfectly complemented by cultural experiences enabling visitors to sample the outstanding excellence of local tastes and flavours. Many of our villas, country homes and castles are located within wineries and vineyards, and are living evidence of their territory’s long history, of the generations that have lived there and of an enological and gastronomic tradition that stretches back over the centuries.</p>

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Tenute Casoli

Villa Vitalba Lurani Cernuschi

Convento San Panfilo

Roseto del Drago di Casa Cassan

Palazzo Massaini

Castle Estate

In the municipality of Montegiordano, in the province of Cosenza, the "Tenuta del Castello" farm dominates a spectacular natural setting, between the blue Ionian Sea and the colors of the fertile hills covered with pine trees and Mediterranean scrub. In an area rich in ancient settlements, according to tradition also frequented by the philosopher Pythagoras in the Magna Greek era, stands the castle of Princes Pignone del Carretto, built in the 17th century on the ruins of the Monastery of St. Ananias, which was destroyed by the Saracens around 1150. Inhabited until the late 1940s, the castle for a long time was the center of the district's agricultural activities, housing the farmers who went from the village to work the land with their families, and still dominates the estate and all the surrounding countryside. The care of the vineyards, covering 12 hectares, is the main activity of the "Tenuta del Castello," which is developed around a large winery, equipped with all the most modern equipment, while respecting, however, a very old tradition. The result is selected, high quality wine. The Estate winery, built in 1898, is located in the heart of the vineyards, just a few steps from the Castle. It is a large structure equipped with the best technological facilities for winemaking and bottling, where innovation embraces the most authentic tradition of the artisanal approach, for the creation of an authentic wine, the result of intense work and an expression of the territory from which it comes.

Villa Fenicia

Built in the 1600s as a fortified ‘masseria’ – a farmhouse and agricultural centre with over 3,000 hectares of olive groves – the Villa was donated to Giulio Cesare Fenicia, an archaeologist who became the Governor of Ruvo.

Castello di Fonterutoli in Chianti

Palazzo Milesi

Castello di Bornato

Together, the Castello di Bornato and Villa Orlando comprise a very rare example of a Renaissance villa built within a medieval castle