In it's distinct simplicity, the beauty of Tenuta Bartoli Giusti shines through. The carefully restorate little hamlet is surrounded by the family run vineyard, olive groves and farmland. Your first impression is a warm and welcoming refuge, totally immersed in the silence of Val d’Orcia in the southern part of Tuscany.
Located a short distance from Montalcino, one will find a wide range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
Each one of the 9 self catering apartments has been decorated with a country motif accenting the classical Tuscan architecture. From the large crystal clear pool, in its panoramic position, one can feel the peace and quiet of being set over a km from the main roads.
The owner’s Gino Antonio and his sister Anna Maria are there to help you enjoy their family home as well as assist you in planning your itinerary to discover the wonders of Tuscany.
Experience a Small Tuscan Hamlet
Enjoy the luxury of delving into a true piece of history when you reserve at Tenuta Bartoli Giusti, consisting of restored farmhouses, a quaint country church and a fully functional vineyard. The farmhouses and villa have been divided into 9 apartments and one independent villa rental, named after those who have played an integral part throughout the years, farming these 125 hectares. The largest of the holiday rentals is Villa Zio Antonio for up to 10 PAX. The fully equipped kitchen with stove, oven and dishwasher make this ideal for larger groups and families. The smaller apartments in the nearby farmhouses are composed of two and one bedrooms each with a fully equipped kitchen. The almost spartan decor gives each apartment a distinct personality accentuated by the restoration of various typical Tuscan architectural highlights. The rich stone walls, terracotta floors and wood beam ceilings are subtle reminders of the classical farmhouse, echoed in the simple yet complete interiors.
There are three apartments which will accommodate up to 6 persons: Casa Osvan, Casa Orio and Casa Armando. These all have two bedrooms each, with a full sized bathroom, kitchen and a comfortable sofa bed in the living room. There are two apartments suitable for up to 4 persons. Casa Marino, overlooking the traditional farm courtyard, a double bedroom and a sofa bed for two persons. Casa Ofelio, situated on two floors with two single bedrooms and a full sized sofa bed. Casa Pietro will accommodate up to 3 persons and has a dedicated garden area. Casa Isola and Casa Adele are studio apartments with a small kitchen and bathroom which are suitable for the disabled. All of the apartments have access to Internet and it is possible to you use the WiFi for free in all the open spaces of the apartment rentals.
A Place to Relax Body & Soul
Take the time to thoroughly enjoy the panoramic pool or arrange an appointment with Anna Maria and learn just what it takes to produce a truly excellent bottle of Brunello di Montalcino. Between table wine, young red wines and the more prized aged Brunellos you are sure to find a taste that suits you. You need to reserve a time, but it is well worth it to visit the underground wine cellar, which according to documents found during the restoration of the Tenuta, has been active since the mid 1700’s.
Divided into vineyards, olive groves, fields of grain and forest area, Agritourism Bartoli Giusti provides a safe and quiet atmosphere where you will immediately feel at home. The endless panoramic views will enchant, making it difficult to ever leave the Agritourism but there is so much to see nearby to visit.
Discover the History & Artistic Flavor of the Tuscany
Bartoli Giusti will be sure that you have the opportunity to taste the delicious wines of the area but don’t forget there is so much more to Tuscany. Buonconvento and the surrounding hamlets are the perfect area to discover the rich history of southern Tuscany in the form of medieval or Renaissance castles. The one of a kind landscape the surrounds the area will have you stopping to take photos of the sunflower covered fields, the hills with the freshly tilled soil which turns colors from deep terracotta red to a silky gray.
There are many vineyards to explore while touring the countryside and several small towns like the Castello di Murlo, an ancient Episcopal See, which will catapult you back into time as you stroll the cobblestoned streets. Bartoli Giusti is close to several large towns of historic and artistic importance such as Siena with is world renowned Palio race in the shell shaped square. Or perhaps you would prefer to soak in the thermal waters of the nearby sulphur baths at the Terme di Saturnia.