The kitchens offer a generous interior space and functionality. The bathrooms are equipped with shower and some with Jacuzzi. In the common areas outside, guests have access to the swimming pool, a tennis court, barbecue and areas for toddlers.

Le Filigare is the name of the hill where the agriturismo in Chianti, between Siena and Florence, is located. The main hamlet dates back to XVII century and was known in the area as Fiaccole di Sopra. The name derives from a slang term which means “upper torch”. Long time ago during the commemoration of the Patron Saint, the hamlet, located on a dominant position, used to be lit with fire torches and locals used to gather here to celebrate.

Our home has a rich past. In 1716 the Grand Ducky of Tuscany, for the first time in history, set the boundaries to a production zone for the “real” Chianti wine. Le Filigare settlements where included within these boundaries.

Our home became also the first established holiday home in Chianti in the early nineties. Before then, it boats exclusive names on its guest-list in 1857: Pope Pio IX spent his holiday at Le Filigare invited by the owner ArchDuke of tuscany to savour the delicious wines and food and unwind in this splendid setting.