The new frontier of wine tourism: Chianti’s wine temples where tours and tastings are enjoyed in the midst of a stunning landscape and ancient villages, castles, churches and abbeys. Near San Casciano Val di Pesa in Bargino is the new Marchesi Antinori winery, considered a world leader in innovative architecture. In the Chianti Senese, you’ll find Castello di Ama, one of the oldest businesses in Chianti’s Gaiole and home to a significant collection of contemporary art. Nearby, Castello di Brolio, which has belonged to the historic Florentine family, the Ricasoli, since 1141. Il Borro, the extraordinary 700-hectare estate in Valdarno, instead, in owned by the Ferragamo family. Inside is a medieval village from the year 1000 and a centuries-old cellar. All unique experiences to be discovered immersed in the local culture, nature and pleasures of wine tasting.