Villa Loggio Winery and Boutique Hotel, in Cortona, Arezzo, was built in the 17th century, floating in the wavy hills of the Chiana Valley, which is watched over by a fertile sun that makes it the ideal environment for growing grapes.
Perhaps thanks to the nearby Lake Trasimeno and to the protection of the Apennines, the area enjoys a particular microclimate with a higher average temperature and less rain over the year compared to the rest of Tuscany. This, plus the clay-rich soil, makes Cortona perfect for Cabernet or Syrah.
But it takes more than a fortunate location to make internationally-renowned wines like the ones produced in the fifty hectares of vineyards around Villa Loggio Winery: centuries of traditional Tuscan winemaking and modern technologies merge here with great success, and seem to have found their common home.
It’s a home where you can stay too, thanks to the Villa Loggio Hotel, to enjoy excellent wine, culture, slow food, and a breathtaking view. All in one, wonderful place.