This summer, the all-new Borgo San Vincenzo prepares to awe locals and visitors in Montepulciano, Italy. The hotel, named for the patron saint of winemaking, will lie in the prestigious Vino Nobile vineyards of Tuscany in an 18th-century farmhouse.
Celebrating the region’s historic wine scene, vibrant culture and reputation of gracious hospitality, Borgo San Vincenzo will feature wine-driven experiences and personalized itineraries for all occasions and guests.
“Borgo San Vincenzo was born out of a love for hospitality, wine tourism, and the desire to offer travelers the opportunity to connect with the people and moments that make Tuscany an exceptional destination,” said Shannon Kircher, one of the founders, Borgo San Vincenzo. “Our guests will have access to unique and curated offerings including wine tours & tastings, cooking classes, sunset dinners, aperitivo crafting classes and much more. It will truly be an unforgettable getaway in the heart of Tuscany.”
Borgo San Vincenzo will boast 21 luxury studios and suites, with the suites featuring either balconies with views of the Tuscan countryside or covered outdoor patios for al fresco moments. The property will also include an on-site restaurant, integrating locally sourced vegetables, farm-fresh cheeses, locally raised meats and regional seafoods into each dish. The hotel’s bar will offer classic cocktails, wine flights, cocktail-making classes, late-night tipple and aperitivi.
The property, originally built in 1780, invites guests to its wine cellar for private tastings or intimate dinners and encourages guests to visit its library to relax with a good book with a glass of wine in hand. Complete with a sun deck, pool and outdoor terrace with a fire pit, Borgo San Vincenzo creates an atmosphere of comfort, warmth and classic Italian hospitality.
Situated near the Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage site comprised of green valleys and picturesque villages, Borgo San Vincenzo celebrates its summer opening with a special offer: Guests can enjoy a seven-night stay for the price of five in the room category of their choice.
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