Where Winemaking Excellence Meets Contemporary Art.

Castello di Ama, founded in 1972, stands as a shining testament to Tuscany's winemaking heritage, paired harmoniously with an exceptional collection of contemporary art. Conceived by enologist Marco Pallanti and CEO Lorenza Sebasti, this sprawling 197-acre estate represents a fusion of their shared passions. The estate's narrative began in the early 1970s with the founders' innovative vision. Today, under their careful stewardship, the estate thrives, annually producing hundreds of thousands of bottles of high-quality wine, as well as a notable quantity of exquisite olive oil.

However, Castello di Ama extends beyond its reputation as a winery, embodying a sanctuary for both connoisseurs and art enthusiasts. The owners' profound appreciation for contemporary art permeates the estate, with an impressive collection that showcases specifically commissioned, site-specific pieces. A new addition to the permanent collection, from renowned German artist Anselm Kiefer, is set to further enhance the unique artistic appeal of the estate, thanks to the collaboration with Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris.

Steeped in both viticultural excellence and artistic grandeur, Castello di Ama offers an unforgettable experience that titillates all senses. Visitors are invited to explore its picturesque vineyards, delight in its exceptional wines and olive oil, and engage with the inspiring contemporary art collection. Castello di Ama is more than an estate; it's an intersection of Tuscan viticulture and modern artistry, where the pleasures of wine and the fascination of art meet in perfect harmony.