Montalcino is located on the top of a hill overlooking the Val d’Orcia, Val d’Arbia and Valle dell’Ombrone with a single glance. the Churches of S. Agostino, S. Egidio and S. Francesco. In the Archaeological Museum there are interesting finds found in the area, from the prehistoric period to the Etruscan one, while in the Civic Museum you can admire two terracotta works by Andrea della Robbia.
But Montalcino is above all the land of choice for one of the most important red wines of Tuscany and Italy, Brunello di Montalcino: obtained from 100% Sangiovese grosso grapes grown in the hilly countryside surrounding the town, it is one of the best expressions of a territory and landscape that are the heart of Tuscany.
In a valley 10 km from Montalcino, since the dawn of time, the Abbey of Sant’Antimo stands out majestically as if to invite the traveler to a stop to regenerate body and soul. Both under the majestic arches and at the foot of the centuries-old olive trees that surround it, the abbey offers sensory journeys of the soul.