THE CASTLE AND IT’S HISTORY
The Castello consists of the impressing tower and attached buildings embedded in a garden with olive trees, cypresses and lavender. It is fully surrounded by a typical tuscan landscape, i.e. vineyards and woods. Following the turmoils of a more than thousand years old history, the castello was forgotten and more of a ruin until today’s landlord, Bernd Gisy, acqired the castello in the middle of the nineties. After intensive reconstruction works in the vineyard, the cellars and ultimately of the residence, the Castello was reopened in September 2000.