The Top Five Luxurious Wine Lodges in Italy

Wine is one of the few drinks that have maintained popularity in almost every society. Since the earliest civilizations, wine has been the one drink that’s shared by people of all classes. Which is why it’s always a great idea to visit a wine lodge and enjoy the unique taste of wine available in such lodges. However, you don’t have an eternity to do so, which is why you only need to visit the best lodges you can find wherever you take your tour. It’s with that in mind that we are listing these five best Wine Lodges in Italy. They combine their quality wines with five star hospitality services to make every moment you spend in there count.

Uve Rooms and Wine Bar

The hotel has 8 uniquely furnished suites that feature modern interiors and historical walls. Some of the notable historical designs that have been integrated with a modern design are the beamed arches and ceilings. The earth, cream, and burgundy colors, as well as the strategically placed accessories add to the overall calming effect of its suites. Built in the town of La Morra, Piedmont region, Italy, the hotel offers a scenic view of the hilly landscape covered with vineyards, and the picturesque historic village. While inside, you will be able to get a complete view of the San Sebastian church, or the traditional stone houses of this region. To enjoy the local wine, you can sit at the wine bar that is designed to offer you a romantic experience. It is built on a terrace, and located in the inner courtyard and enclosed with a stonewall.

Hotel L’Albereta

The Hotel L’Albereta is a luxury hotel located in the Erbusco, Lombardy region of Italy. The hotel was built as a villa in the 19 century on a hill, which is why the hotel is able to offer an amazing view of the vineyards around it, the Iseo Lake, and the Alps. There are a total of 57 rooms and suites, with decorated with antiques, damask and silk fabrics, and in some cases, the walls have covered with frescoes. The hotel has three restaurants;La Filiale, VistaLago Bistrò, and Leonefelice, all of which offer excellent and luxurious services. To help you relax, you can order a drink at the bar, or get a relaxing spa experiences at their “wellness restaurant.” You can also enjoy their aromatic coffees, various light snacks, and even tea, all in a warm and relaxed environment that allows you to dress lightly.

Casa al Vento

The Casa al Vento is located in Gaiole, Chianti, in Italy, and is one of the medieval hamlets that stand out for their view of the wonderful Italian landscape covered with vineyards, woods, and olive trees. The lodge has a wine cellar where you can sample the various Chianti Classico flavors produced in Casa al Vento. To give you a rejuvenating experience when you arrive at the hotel, you can enjoy the complementary spa services. The services include classical massages and vinotherapy. Other amenities include a swimming pool, a tennis court, horse riding, and archery. If you have small meetings you wish to conduct at the hotel, you can convene them at the wine cellar as you enjoy a glass of wine. Other events can be organized at the hotel’s garden that offers a panoramic view.

Relais San Maurizio

This luxurious vineyard hotel was built in 1619, in the Lange Valley. It offers a 5 star experience with an estate designed for an ideal honeymoon. In the winter garden, which is designed as the heart of the complex, you will be able to view the Dolcetto and Muscatel vineyards. In the garden, you will be able to enjoy your wine and cocktail as well as the piano. They have dedicated the bar to Ernest Hemingway. Unlike other hotels, you will find that this one has a church as part of its integral design, thanks to its 17 century history. The hotel has 31 unique rooms built into the living quarters of the monks. It also has 4 luxury double rooms, 5 junior suites, and 11 suites. There are also 8 executive rooms, 2 standard rooms, and 1 single room. All the rooms vary in size and as well as shape. The hotel offers access to a mini-bar, satellite-TV, hair dryer, slippers, and safe for each room.

Castello di Vicarello

The Castello di Vicarello is located in Poggi del Sasso, Tuscany, Italy. Vineyards, olive groves, and natural tranquility surround this hotel’s castle. The hotel has a holiday villa and 4 suites, which makes it a great destination for a Holiday in Italy. It gardens are covered with special plants such as Roses, Lavender, Rosemary, and Jasmine. They have furnished the suites with furniture from Indonesia, decorated with exotic artifacts, and covered with gossamer cloth. This gives you an instant warmth and comfort the moment you walk in into your suite. Other unique features of the suites include a fireplace, a living room with kitchenette, and in some cases two floors or a private terrace.


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