The estate and its vineyards are overlooked by the village of CastelGiocondo.
Surrounded by the greenery of woods and Mediterranean scrub as far as the eye can see, the castle was built in the 15th century as a defensive stronghold. Restored at the beginning of the last century, it became part of the Frescobaldi family property in 1989.
Since then it has been possible to book a CastelGiocondo visit with wine tasting before seeing the collection and spending the night in the village’s newly restored rooms.

CastelGiocondo Wines

CastelGiocondo is one of the most important producers of Brunello di Montalcino.
At CastelGiocondo, the principal crop is Sangiovese grapes.


The ancient medieval town of Montalcino is located to the south of Siena. It is famous for its beauty, but above all for the renowned Brunello di Montalcino, the most important red wine in Italy, which is produced in this small region.
Montalcino is immersed in a typically Tuscan landscape of perfect and elegant lines that inspired numerous artists of the Renaissance.