Paradiso di Frassina has been inhabited since at least 1,000 AD and is located 5 km (3 miles) south of Montalcino, at the foot of the Montosoli hill.
This isolated yet pleasantly accessible spot offers splendid and unobstructed views across the rolling Tuscan hills, as far as the eye can see.
Giancarlo Cignozzi, already well acquainted with this particular part of Tuscany, discovered Paradiso di Frassina in 1999 and when he did so he found an oasis of old vines, a ruined house with a dilapidated roof; in one moment he could feel inside himself the birth and living history of this farm as if the past was coming back to life: the old wine cellars, the barn, the pig sty and the farm stores.
Since then the old vines have been carefully brought back to life, and the wine cellars and ancient farmhouse have been restored to their former splendour. Paradiso di Frassina is today a meeting point for those who want to soak up the magic of this place and regenerate their spirits.
A visit to Paradiso di Frassina demands that those who come here immerse themselves completely in a virtuous cycle of the life of the vine and wine itself, with educational wine tastings and wine cellar visits in a unique and exclusive musical atmosphere.