Montalcino is a medieval village surrounded by walls and is also the region of the famous Brunello wine. The city center is known for its narrow alleys, taverns, and artisan shops. Born as a defensive castle, Montalcino is located on a high hill, from where it dominates the Sienese territory and from which you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Tuscan countryside.
I recommend to all red wine lovers a stop in this enchanting corner of Tuscany to taste the famous Brunello di Montalcino, with more than 250 wineries to choose from. To sleep instead, I will give you here below a list of my favorite hotels:
If you like Tuscany and especially the Montalcino area, this place will be first on your wish list. I highly recommend it if you like a luxurious and charming location.
The beautiful spa and pools and outstanding wine. The service is phenomenal, and the entire staff from the valet up through the general manager are kind, polite, friendly, and professional.
Castiglion del Bosco is absolutely perfect: the people who work here, the food, rooms, and property are beyond amazing. Breakfast and dinner at both restaurants are delicious. Dinner is even better than breakfast. From starters to desserts, it will be def a wonderful culinary experience.
Rooms are beautifully decorated and very comfortable. Everything you would require from a hotel room plus extras is thought of and provided. The property itself is breathtaking.
Wonderful medieval setting, a castle dating from the XIII century, the rooms are big and very comfortable, the bathroom is big and the shower is great. The service, the pool, and the rooms are top class.
With its wide views of the Tuscan countryside along with excellent food and wine, you won’t be disappointed.
Capanna Suites is the perfect location sets in the Montalcino area. Clean and stylish rooms, fantastic high-level kitchen, and amazing service. The whole staff is very friendly and you cannot have expected more. Beautiful location, magnificent view from the pool and definitely worth it.
Usually, people ask me where to go for a winery-tasting experience once they come to Florence.
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Montalcino is a medieval village surrounded by walls and is also the region of the famous Brunello wine. The city center is known for its narrow alleys, tave...