Tenuta Petrolo: A Treasure in the Heart of Tuscany
Hidden in the Chianti hills, in the middle of the Tuscan countryside, rises Tenuta Petrolo. This charming manor, with a long history of passion for winemaking and hospitality, is the perfect location to experience the local culture surrounded by authentic antiques and genuine natural landscapes.
In this wild countryside hides this majestic property which includes one luxury villa (Villa Petrolo), built in the early decades of '700 by artist Massimiliano Soldani Benzi, and 4 other surrounding rustic farmhouses.
Within the estate, facing Villa Petrolo, stands the ancient Romanesque church of San Giovanni a Galatrona which holds precious renaissance works fom the Della Robbia family. A few hiking paths leave from here towards the ridges that lead to the hamlets of San Leolino, Cennina and Solata worth discovering for exceptional scenaries, mushroom hunts and breathe local country life.
Exquisitely furnished with antique pieces and prestigious works of art, each room is decorated with warm shades of pastel colors that blend with the natural light, immersing the guest in a relaxing atmosphere. Villa Petrolo stands out for its classic, refined and timeless elegance punctuated by shiny chandeliers, authentic wooden coffered ceilings and precious period décor adorning every room.