Borgo San Vincenzo to Open in Italy This Summer

Borgo San Vincenzo, Tuscany’s newest luxury boutique hotel will welcome guests in summer, following renovations and enhancements. Celebrating the region’s historic wine scene, the countryside property focuses on offering wine-driven experiences and personalized itinerary curation.

Borgo San Vincenzo is an 18th-century farmhouse located in the heart of Southern Tuscany, in the Vino Nobile vineyards of Montepulciano in Italy. Known for its winemaking heritage, this slice of Tuscany remains authentic, with small-scale local producers focusing on crafting products made in the same way over generations.

The second luxury boutique property by hoteliers Scott and Shannon Kircher, the hotel offers a fresh take on a traditional Tuscan design. It has 21 luxury studios and suites with balconies; a restaurant offering Tuscan classics with an international twist, using locally sourced vegetables, cheeses, meats and regional seafood; a bar offering classic cocktails, wine flights, cocktail-making classes and aperitivi; wine cellar for private tastings or intimate dinners; a library; sun deck and pool; and an outdoor terrace with fire pit. Guests will also have access to concierge services.

Originally built in 1780, Borgo San Vincenzo highlights wines from the region through local wine tastings and tours, besides offering on-site education and curated experiences for guests. Personalized offerings include exploring wineries in the Montepulciano and Montalcino regions, wine visits to neighboring Umbria, organic olive oil and pecorino cheese tastings at family-owned farms, pasta and pizza making classes, and dinner at family-owned trattorias. Guests can also tour the region by foot, horse, e-bike, Vespa or hot air balloon.

Good to know: The hotel is offering guests a seven-night stay for the price of five in the room category of their choice. It is also offering a hotel buyout promotion allowing guests exclusive use of the property including all 21 rooms, common spaces, and services, for four nights at €30,000 (about $33,500) inclusive of taxes.

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