Agriturismo near Florence
In the centre of Tuscany, in the famous Chianti area between Florence and Siena, you will find our farm Fattoria Villa Spoiano.
We are an organic family owned winery producing high quality wines and olive oil since 1985.
Our farm spreads over 80 hectares, 25 of which consist in vineyards and 20 of olive groves, while the rest are cultivated with rotating crops or wood. Our goal is to produce in a sustainable, high quality and environmentally friendly way, this is why our products are 100% organic and certified by Associazione Suolo e Salute.
We love and respect our land, from the vineyard to the cellar, we never use pesticides or other chemicals.
Thanks to the favourable soil and climate conditions, as well as more than fourty years of winemaking experience, we are able to produce a wide variety of natural, high quality wines. From white wines such as Sauvignon or Chardonnay, to traditional red wines like Chianti Classico and Chianti Colli Fiorentini, you will be able to find the perfect wine for every occasion.
For more information about our products you can visit our products menu or contact us here.
If you would like to visit our winery please visit the "wine tasting" section.
Cinta Senese pigs, Dexter cows and other products
We believe that the most natural way of fertilizing and keeping our fields clean is to let animals graze, this is why we decided to let our helpers, the Cinta Senese pigs and Dexter cows, free to move around our vineyards and olive groves.
We also produce excellent extravirgin olive oil and have a garden where we grow our own organic vegetables.
Rooms and apartments
If you would like to spend your holidays in tuscany, we offer rooms and apartments in the ancient Medici Villa and the surrounding typical Tuscan country houses. The accomodations have been carefully renovated and outfitted with all modern conveniences to allow you to fully enjoy a relaxing vacation in the beautiful italian countryside.
After the unusually cold winter of 1984/1985, most of the olive trees were frozen and many farms were put up for sale. At that time, the Swiss oenologist Jan Karel Waspi had visited 43 Farms located in France, Spain and Italy until he found Spoiano and fell in love with Tuscany. December 1985, at the age of 29, he bought the farm and has been working passionately ever since. For more historic information click here.