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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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Convento San Panfilo

Roseto del Drago di Casa Cassan

The "Roseto del Drago" of Casa Cassan, historic residence (ADSI), is a suggestive architectural complex, rich in history from 1400 to today. Located in the historic center of Ponte in Valtellina, you can admire frescoed halls, courtyards, porches, cellars and a garden embellished by the constant flowering of roses, hydrangeas, aromatic plants, a vegetable garden and a small orchard. It is an evocative environment cared for for you by the family who have lived there and have lived it for 3 centuries. Every detail, every environment, internal and external, is set in search of beauty and harmony, to create a wealth of positive sensations and vibrations. The current owner, Antonello Nicola Cassan, welcomes you personally, who will be able to lead you to discover the spirit of the place and of the valley. Roseto del Drago is magic… no luxury! Hospitality provides several options of use: - Holiday home: 4 independent apartments with accommodation for up to 15 people, which can also be booked on AIRBNB and BOOKING; - Indoor and outdoor multifunctional spaces for yoga retreats, training courses, meetings, workshops, presentations, exhibitions, receptions indoors, in the garden or in the cellar, photo shoots, open-air concerts… - Guided tour of the architectural complex of the Roseto del Drago di Casa Cassan with an emotional journey in the heart of Valtellina between history, food and wines. The visit is enriched by tastings of Valtellina food and wines and by a brief conference on the history of art with the projection of films. Contacts: Antonello Nicola Cassan ph +393356900225 - eMail: Google

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.

The history of Villa Fenicia is inextricably linked to the family who gives it the name. Built in 1600 as fortified farmhouse – factory center of 3000 hectares of olive groves – it was donated to Giulio Cesare Fenicia, archaeologist and then Ruvo’s governor. In 1870 the farmhouse is transformed by Michele Fenicia into the great royal Villa we know. Thanks to the experienced and passionate restoration work of Antonio Fenicia, this picturesque place is one of the most evocative of the region. The secular Mediterranean flora park encloses the agricultural company’s vineyards and olive grove that surrounds the Villa. Perfumes of the palms, citrus and pines, of the salt air and Murgia, blend with the ancient well’s rose garden and around the many enchanted places of the Park. There the guests have the chance to live the uncontaminated harmony of Puglia

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

Villa Pace

A treasure trove of art, history and culture in the heart of Friuli, opens up just for you