An Exquisite Heritage Site of Wine and Culture.
Villa di Geggiano, nestled in the heart of Tuscany, is a quintessential emblem of Italian heritage. This remarkable villa, the pride and home of the Bianchi Bandinelli family since 1527, also operates as a winery, preserving and promoting a rich legacy of Italian viticulture. Its enduring charm and deep-seated history, anchored in the alluring Tuscan landscape, make it a site of national significance, declared a National Heritage site.
Apart from its historical resonance and its notable winemaking tradition, Villa di Geggiano is located near Siena, a classic medieval Italian city known for vibrant cultural activities. The city's renowned festival and horse race, Il Palio, paints a colourful tapestry of local life and tradition. In addition, the villa's grounds and interiors have served as a backdrop in Bernardo Bertolucci's 1996 film, "Stealing Beauty," which has further broadened its appeal.
A visit to Villa di Geggiano offers a mesmerizing experience of Italian history, culture, and winemaking. Here, you can enjoy the fine wines produced on-site while soaking in the villa's grandeur and the vibrancy of Tuscan life. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a wine lover, or simply an admirer of Italian culture, Villa di Geggiano promises an unforgettable journey.