Castello di Ama
Five centuries ago, Ama was a hub of farming and winemaking, nestled in the Tuscan hills at an altitude of almost 500 meters in the Chianti Classico region of Italy. Today, Castello di Ama comprises 90 hectares in vines and 40 in olive trees. Their olive orchard is maintained by hand and their olive oil is cold-pressed with minimal intervention and right after the olives leave the trees. A cherry on top: the family’s appreciation for art has led some of the world’s most influential artists to design and create installations throughout the property.