Tuscany is a land of rare and unique places. The rolling plateau of the Val d’Orcia
and the large, fertile plain of the Maremma never actually meet, they are separated
by the slopes of Mount Amiata, the highest mountain in Southern Tuscany and the
hill Montalcino sits on.
The river Orcia, while flowing towards the Maremma and the sea has hollowed out
deep gorges between these two areas of high ground and where the river Asso joins
the river Orcia. The river Asso is small but fascinating and comes from the Crete
Here close to these gorges today we find the Rossello farmhouse in the parish
of Castiglione, at the heart of the Artistic and Natural Park of the Val d’Orcia
which has recently been declared a UNESCO world heritage site.
Podere Rossello: tel. +39 338 20 89 174 - firstname.lastname@example.org