The Bossi Estate, is the most important farm of the Gondi, an ancient Florentine family of which there are records dating from the thirteenth century. Was bought by Gondi’s family in 1592, in its 315 ha., of which 19 ha. of vineyards, 32 ha. of olive groves, woods and cereal. It’s situated in the heart of the Chianti Rufina, famous wine region since the Renaissance, at 18 Km from Florence.
In the second half of the eighteenth century, Niccolo Antonio Gondi, expanded and enriched the villa, with baroque decorations, and the small existing chapel became a real church with three altars.
The Villa Bossi in the mid 1800s was restored, by Maria De Labruguière Gondi, a French noble widow, who moved with his two children in the country. She, as well as to build the central hall, did raise the villa of one floor, enlarged the cellars by building a large room, under the garden, equipped for vinification, which is accessed through a staircase that branches off from the aging room. Finally, she equipped a large park with the Lebanon cedars.
The ground floor of the villa, along with the park where are towering the cedars of Lebanon, are the perfect place for corporate events, weddings, meetings, conferences, fashion shows and film sets.
We organize guided tours, at the centuries-old wine cellar and at the orciaia. You can taste and buy wine and oil.
The company have also an Agriturism, consisting of 7 apartments finely restored from 2 to 12 beds (for a total of 46). All apartments have Wifi, garden, barbecue, private parking.