The Brolio Castle, home of the Ricasoli family since 1141, is one of the main landmarks of the Chianti country. The castle stands in a strategic position where the hills of Chianti unfold toward the plain of Siena. It is surrounded by a beautiful park including a picturesque Italian garden
It's massive walls date back to the Renaissance and look out over what is perhaps the most spectacular view of the Chianti region.
Brolio belongs to times gone by. It's evocative charm and detached peace awaken fantasy in both young and old. The Ricasoli family still resides in the castle over the summer months.
At the foot of the Castello stands I Colli, a nineteenth century farmhouse which has been converted into 3 apartments..
The house,right at the border of the Brolio vineyards, has maintained its rustic character, both in its structure and furnishings.
A staircase, typical of period rural architecture leads to the Loggia. The spectacular view of Siena takes in Monte Amiata on clear days. The dovecote that has been converted into a charming studio characterizes the apartment; the fulcrum is the cozy living room that leads to all the other rooms.
Accomodates 5 people - 140 m2 (1260 sq feet)
Covered Loggia: Drawing room with fireplace, kitchen, 1 double room, 1 twin room, 1 single room. Bathroom with bathtub, washing machine, telephone and swimming 10m x 6m 1,40 m h