A hidden gem in the woods of the Florentine mountains
Castello Pomino was built in the 1500s in a generous area located at an altitude of 700 metres and immersed in the first woods of the Florentine mountains. Here, the vineyards are surrounded by redwoods, firs and chestnut trees.
At the beginning of the 18th century, Grand Duke Cosimo de’ Medici already listed Pomino among the four territories in Tuscany most suitable for wine production. While already boasting a long winemaking tradition under the Frescobaldi, in 1873 and 1878, Castello Pomino wines were awarded the highest international recognition of the time at the Vienna and Paris Expos, respectively.
Five spacious and exclusive rooms and a garden with a Jacuzzi tub promise a relaxing stay in close contact with nature.
You can visit the estate, the vineyard and the winery and tailor your experience to your needs.
The estate staff are available to welcome visitors with professionalism and hospitality.
Le degustazioni organizzate dalla Tenuta mirano a esaltare le caratteristiche uniche dei vini che qui vengono prodotti, come Leonia Medodo Classico e Benefizio Riserva.
The tastings aim to enhance the unique characteristics of the wines produced here, such as Leonia Medodo Classico and Benefizio Riserva.
The Frescobaldi cooking class experience allows you to experience cooking with farm-to-table ingredients. You will use only products from the vegetable garden to create typical dishes to enjoy together for a deep dive into the local gastronomic culture.
Castello Pomino is the ideal location for unique and unforgettable private and corporate events.
There’s no question that Tuscany is the most well-known Italian wine region abroad. Its diverse territories are essential in determining the character of the food and wine from here. Cradle of Italian language and culture, Tuscany is an unmissable stop for those who wish to dive into the history of a land that gave birth to the such of Dante Alighieri, Galileo Galilei and Giacomo Puccini.