Every room has a story, every window looks out onto a landscape, crowned by vineyards
Passion is visible in time:
the time spent selecting furniture and antique Persian rugs
the time devoted to respecting nature
the time spent rebuilding everything that the years have ravaged
An authentic 16th century door used to guard and defend the ancient secrets of the villa, today, from the antechamber to the room, everything invites you to relax while your gaze is drawn to the warm Tuscan lights.
For over half a century the bishop of Montalcino lived here. The red color of the walls, the furnishings of religious origin, the imposing golden bed of the '700, bring to life the splendor of the past in a mixture of the sacred and the profane.
The recent past puts a further step in the history of this place: Massimo, a doctor in this land, was the last owner of the villa. Hippocrates, father of medicine, inspired the room; the ancient medical prints and neoclassical furniture are a tribute to those who dedicate their lives to that of others.
In the land of Brunello, where everything is pleasure, beauty and passion, a room takes its name from one of the company's labels: Tirso, the Dionysian symbol. Everything, the room, the views over the vineyards, the profile of Montalcino in the background, is dedicated to those with a passion for wine.
Agostino Fantastici (1782-1845), illustrious Montalcinese, esthete, architect and decorator of famous Tuscan palaces, his conception of beauty is revived in the original furnishings. The room dedicated to him is a tribute to the art and history of this land.
The vineyard it overlooks, San Prospero, gives the room its name. The colors of Tuscany summarized in a room: from galestro to terracotta everything is the land of Montalcino, a unique landscape in which the view is lost from the room's views.
“Ai bisogni alla comodità della vita al sollievo del Cacciatore". Following the will of Count Carlo de 'Vecchi who in 1862 built the villa on the old name Le Prata, the room takes its name and maintains its elegance and sobriety.
In the family tradition he has always had a love for painting a particular relevance, and it is with this philosophy that a room in our villa is dedicated to this noble art.
Love is alive