Originally called Querceto Manor, this authentic 10th-century estate has become a Tuscan destination for jet setters who flock here for its extraordinary culinary and wine heritage. The manor’s warm, sun-kissed hills nourish over 100 acres of olive trees and decades-old Cabernet, Petit Verdot, Sangiovese and Merlot vines. As for the three restaurants at the Castello di Casole, everything from salamis to lobsters is sourced in the local waters and hills.
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