The Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco looks like an idyllic location, where guests may watch the sun hazily creep up over the countless rows of vines. Sitting on top of a hill, the property looks alluring, which seems to be in line with the unique history and magnificent aroma of the wine produced in Tuscany.
Tuscany is lush, seductive, and by all counts, addictive, with the sprawling estate of Castiglion del Bosco being part of its scenery for more than 800 years. At the heart of the estate you’ll find Il Borgo, made up of 23 beautifully restored 17th – and 18th-century suites.
Il Canonica, an Italian Kitchen Garden, an infinity pool, as well as a Care Suite Spa by Daniel Steiner are also part of this stunning location and package. Originally meant for private use, the winery became commercial around the 1950s, and now produces a grouping of acclaimed Brunellos that you could enjoy first hand.
Guests here will also find the grounds hosting the Drago Golf Course, designed by Tom Weiskopf, while other activities like extensive hiking and biking trails which pass over ridges, by streams and waterfalls, can be enjoyed here. But nothing can compare to the unique flavors of Tuscany that will make your days here truly unforgettable.