Francois,  July  2017

Feeling of wellbeing, calme, peacefull vie sociale, charming people and place.

 

Brandon,  April  2018

Simply amazing! Definitely the highlight of our trip to Italy. Paola and her family were gracious hosts and everything was better than we could have imagined! I’d recommend staying here to everyone!!

 

Stephanie, July 2019

This experience could not have been more perfect, magical, and beautiful! The location is perfect-removed from the bustle but a close drive to everything! The scenery is stunning and the property and homes are historic, gorgeous, serene, private and perfectly equipped. But most unique and special about this experience are the hosts-wise, kind, open-hearted, authentic and welcoming! We love them! They hosted a spectacular pizza making class (dough from scratch etc) cooked in the hundreds of years old outdoor stone oven. Oh my goodness! We and our children LOVED this experience! We also asked them if we could do another cooking class with them  and they organized a marvelous class! Our children learned to make homemade pasta, tiramisu, pesto and more! Love love loved it all!!!

What to do

while you're at Masseto in Chianti

Relax near the pool, enjoy a massage, eat with our family, learn italian recipes, taste tuscan wines, hunt for truffles, hike and bike the white roads, visit gorgeous ancient towns, practice photography, play golf, renew your vows, organize your wedding.

These are some of the experiences you can live at Masseto in Chianti.

In the middle of Chianti

Place of production of some of the best wines in the world

Masseto in Chianti is located on the hills of the Chianti Classico, between Greve and Castellina in Chianti, on the border of the provinces of Siena and Florence, surrounded by wonderful countries, rich of history, culture and interesting views.

An eleventh-century tower, the main nucleus of the property, dominates the valley of the river Pesa. These towers were decisive for the domination of the area, in the wars between Siena and Florence. When they lost their strategic importance, they were converted into residences and farms.