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Livernano is a truly ancient place. It was first inhabited by Etruscans, whose culture reached its high-point in Tuscany over 2500 years ago, around 500BC. The hamlet was later occupied by the Romans, who gave it its name. Our small, beautifully preserved Romanesque church dates back to the 11th century. In the 17th century, when the territorial wars between Siena and Florence had finally come to an end, Livernano turned into a quiet farming village. The hamlet regained new life in 1990, when the complete restoration of the entire estate was begun. Today, Livernano is once again a working farm, producing fine wines, excellent olive oil and honey, vegetables and fruits. On 38 acres new vineyards were planted with 9 different grape varieties. In the ancient olive groves, new trees were planted and we now tend close to 1000 trees, all of native Italian varieties. The remaining 420 acres consist of beautiful mature woodland that surrounds the hamlet on all sides. Three houses have been completely redesigned and furnished with local antiques to accommodate guests. Although situated in splendid isolation amidst forests, vines and olive groves, Livernano is close to many local towns, historic sites, fine restaurants, and famous wineries. The shopping and cultural centres of Florence and Siena are only a short drive away.
Minimum stay: 2 nights
From 85 € night price per person
The Double Rooms "San Andrea", "Sangiovese" and "Anima" are all on the first floor of the Baronale house.
From 75 € night price per person
The Double rooms "Cabernet" and "Merlot" occupy the first floor of the "Castello" house. They share, on the ground floor, a large living room and a kitchenette.
Private cooking class: experience firsthand the taste of Tuscany. First you’ll tour our organic vegetable garden and then you will cook with fresh items assisted by our Chef. You’ll get hands on, instructed on how to create a Tuscan meal. Our goal is to expose you to all the Good Tastes of Tuscany. We guarantee an unforgettable experience.
Visits to wine cellars/vineyardsYES
Playground for childrenNO
Wine tasting courseNO
Organization of eventsYES
Languages spoken English, Italian
With the overnight Livernano gives you: Welcome wine glass, free wine tasting, free cellar tour
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