Immerse yourself into ancient traditions
Villa Dianella winery is ideally located at the centre of the Tuscan region, close to Firenza, Pisa, Lucca and Siena. The Medicean villa is the perfect place to be immerse oneself into ancient traditions while also experiencing the exquisite nature of Tuscany.
Discover the art and history surrounding winery Villa Dianella
The gardens of grape vines and olive trees are the sources of excellent wines and extra virgin olive oils, produced in the villa’s ancient cellar of the winery. It is the ideal accommodation for tourists or travellers looking to discover the region’s art and history and taste its specialities. Guests can engage in a cooking class, go hunting for truffles, visit the old Leonardo da Vinci vineyard, and taste Tuscan specialities in one of the large, elegant halls or, on beautiful summer evenings, in the middle of the scenic courtyard.
Roots from the 16th century
The Villa Dianella winery dates back to the end of the 16th century, when it was used by the Medici family as a country house for hunting. The name Dianella is derived from Diana, the goddess of the hunt. The villa has long and colorful history, during which it served as a home for the 18th century Italian poet Renato Fucini who mentions it in several of his poems. Eventually, Dianella came into the family of Francesco and Veronica Passerin d’Entrèves in the early 20th century and was restored to recreate the original warm atmosphere. The vineyard at Dianella grows varieties such as Sangiovese, Colorino, Cabernet Sauvignon, Orpicchio, Malvasia Lunga del Chianti, all bottled under the Chianti designation.
Visitors can indulge in the Villa’s own red, white, and rose wines, as well as sparkling wines, dessert wines and more