For a more memorable experience we offer a private vehicle and a personal English speaking sommelier driver .Your sommelier driver will be waiting for you in the hotel lobby or where needed, holding a sign with your name on it.
Montalcino offers the perhaps the most in-depth experience of Tuscan wine making. Located in the DOCG zone of Brunello di Montalcino hosts almost 200 fine wine producers ranging from small family owned farms to large international labels. Wine enthusiasts curious about vintage ratings, micro-climate zones, laws regulating production and Brunello events can visit the website of the Consorzio Brunello.Since the late 1800’s Brunello di Montalcino has been pursued by wine connoisseurs for its bold character and exceptional ability to age. Today the international regard for the 100% Sangiovese grape wine brings thousands of wine lovers to the medieval village. Quality shops and restaurants line the quaint streets, while majestic views and centuries old abbeys lie on the roads leading to the village.Take a moment to taste all the local delights including aged cheeses and meats, not to mention the highest quality honey available in Italy.
Montepulciano is one of our favorite hill top towns as it offers something for everyone. History and architecture, quality shopping and excellent wine production all take place here. Kids will enjoy exploring the Eturscan caverns, tombs and wells deeps under the foundations of the towns majestic buildings.Starting at Porta al Prato and walking up the main street toward Piazza Grande, will permit visitors to see the most. Once in Piazza Grande don’t forget to see the famous Bottega del Rame and the De Ricci wine cellar, a monumental cathedral to wine aging.Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is the counterpart to Brunello di Montalcino. Within the walls of the historic center it is possible to taste many wines by different producers. Wine lovers can visit the seat of the Consorzio del Vino Nobile to taste and gain further knowledge of what makes this wine unique.