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The Farm

Our food supply chain

Sit back and experience Tuscan life at Montestigliano. Stay with us in one of our beautiful Italian farmhouses surrounded by vast, peaceful Tuscan woods, eat in our very own restaurant serving traditional Italian cuisine, local produce, vegetables directly from our garden and some of the best wines in the area.

Here our guests can relax in their private villas, take a swim in the two swimming pools or go for a walk in the beautiful woods and countryside that surround the estate. Discover small hamlets, swim in the nearby river Merse and come home for a sunset barbecue. Each and every villa has a stunning view across the valley, a barbecue and an outdoor eating area. Alternatively, sit back, relax and let us cook for you. Our personal chef can deliver to your villa.

Siena is a short 20 minute drive and just a bit further you have Florence, San Gimignano, Volterra, Massa Marittima, Cortona, Arezzo, Pienza, Montepulciano, S. Quirico d’Orcia, all spectacular places to visit.

If you crave a swim in the sea, in an hour you can drive to the coast, swim in the sea and stop for a “spaghettino alle vongole” (spaghetti with clams) and a glass of Vermentino. In our restaurant we serve vegetables from our own organic, bioactive garden, the olive oil is our own award-winning extra virgin DOP, the wines all come from Tuscan producers and the meat from a local butcher.

At Montestigliano life is tranquil, a sweet balance between the old and the new. We are powered by solar panels, have a water purifying system and support environmental projects, such as the building of a biogas plant for renewable energy. The farm produces wheat, corn and sunflowers, all organic. We are committed to being a sustainable, organic farm, caring for nature and our community.

Our olive oil has been awarded multiple times by the Regione Toscana (Region of Tuscany). You can buy it in our office and taste it in our restaurant. When you look out across the valley, just below you will see a sea of our 1500 olive trees.

In 2018 we brought back winemaking. We are very excited about this new addition. We planted a new vineyard and restored our cellar, ready for the first harvest.