Once home to Florentine nobility, this seductively rustic property resides in the Chianti Classico hills of Tuscany, amid cypress and olive trees, ancient villages and scenic vineyards. Its 28 guest rooms and suites are spread throughout four historic buildings, including a former stable block and centuries-old farmhouses. This 800-acre estate boasts more than 200 acres of vineyards, and guided tours with wine tastings are offered every day. Mandolins and guitars accompany candlelit dinners in the historic cellar, while two pools showcase gorgeous views of the hills. When not sitting on the terrace sipping a house wine, you can enjoy a relaxing visit to one of the area's thermal spas dating back to Roman times.