Situated in the heart of Tuscany’s Brunello winemaking region, Castiglion del Bosco is one of Tuscany’s largest contiguous Estates. It is located in the Val d’Orcia 12 kilometers northwest of Montalcino, in the Provence of Siena, just 95 kilometers south of Florence and 200 kilometers north of Rome. Its vast property spans ten kilometers, comprising nearly 4,500 spectacular acres of protected nature preserve. Five times the size of New York’s Central Park, nine times the size of Monaco and twelve times the size of London’s Hyde Park, CdB is a magnificent piece of Tuscany – enjoyed exclusively by an intimate private membership.
The majestic Estate has seen many changes in its 800-year history, yet it has changed very little. Scattered across the property are remnants of a rich past: a circular Etruscan stronghold dating back to 600 BC, a 12th Century castle fortress, ruins of an early Gothic chapel (c.900 BC) and Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo, with its spectacular Lorenzetti fresco. Today, Castiglion del Bosco is a completely restored private-Membership estate with a focus on the land, the wine, the history as well as building a unique multigenerational legacy for its Members and their families.