If 2700 lush acres of vineyards, olive groves, woods and lakes—not to mention 800 years of history and the biggest golf course in Tuscany—aren’t enough to lure you to Toscana Resort Castelfalfi this fall, behold two words that will do the trick: harvest season.
Starting in September the majestic Italian resort nestled between Florence and Volterra will reap delicious rewards: 57 acres of vineyards and 9000 olive trees means visitors can indulge in two storied local delicacies. At tastings in the estate’s rustic-chic wine cellar, sample three boutique red wines that are nothing short of divine: the light and fruity San Piero, the floral, full-bodied Cerchiaia and the powerful, pungent Poggionero cabernet. And at the property’s two gourmet restaurants, three more local products will garnish your plate: honey, spelt and, of course, olive oil—in Tuscany not a mere side dish but a luscious main event. Read more on Forbes.