Ilaria, Lara and Giampaolo have been managing the property of Terre di Baccio since 2007, and thus have become its soul and spirit. It is with this open and international outlook that every year they welcome thousands of people from all over the world and from many cultures.
Terre di Baccio is the result of their vision, a beautiful Relais in Chianti, farmhouse and restaurant.
is passionate about design, interiors, restoration of antique furniture and wine. Upon your arrival she will accompany you in the discovery of the farmhouse, its surroundings and its history. While as a sommelier, she will guide you during the wine tastings in the cellar.
is a passionate agronomist, he is the person behind the immense garden that surrounds the farmhouse and that will become the frame of your vacation. As a great expert of the area, he will be able to give you good advise on the best walk paths and hiking destinations.
has been at the head of La Terrazza restaurant for over ten years, she will welcome you and make sure you feel at home by personally recommending dishes and pairings and taking care of every detail on your table.
THE HISTORY OF A NAME
The history of Terre di Baccio is rooted in its distant past which is however still visible today thanks to the careful restoration that has preserved the original architectural features of the farmhouse. Documents dating back to the 1500s (the “Mappa dei Capitani di Parte” of the Popolo (or parish) of S. Andrea a Monte Gonzi, Florence State Archives) identify the Farmhouse as belonging to Baccio Zati, a gentleman from an ancient and noble Florentine family. After passing through several owners, at the end of the 20th century, the Farmhouse and its land became part of the Farm of Vitigliano, one of the most important agricultural estates of the time, extending for hundreds of hectares from Greve in Chianti to Panzano.
The current owners have decided to highlight the ancient history of this stone building by giving it new life as an intimate Relais in Chianti, recovering its original structure, and bringing its farm land back to its full productivity. In honor of its first owner they decided to name the complex Terre di Baccio.
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The family owner of Terre di Baccio has Florentine, Andalusian and Guatemalan origins. The union of these three different identities is represented in the family’s coat of arms that includes the symbols of every culture (white and green, the colors of Florence’s two historic districts, the three white doves of the Andalusian Garcia Granados family and the five Guatemalan volcanoes). The fusion of these different styles is easily visible in all of the Relais Terre di Baccio’s environs. Here stone, terracotta, old wooden beams and other original materials of the structure coexist with objects, furniture and textiles handmade by Guatemalan craftsmen. This mix of materials, colors and details make each room and apartment an original and unique environment. From this embrace between cultures and the passion for the art of welcoming, springs the Relais Terre di Baccio, set in the gentle Chianti countryside.