Centered around a 15th c. villa, this estate consists of 18th c. mansions, vineyards and age-old olive groves. All idyllic descriptions aside, it is remote in location and signage is few and far between. Once you locate it, you are a bit too removed to reach the small town by foot. I was lucky to be with a co-worker who is local and had a vehicle. There are 2 small shops in town that can provide some fruit, bread, cheese and water, since the restaurant at the agriturismo was never open. There is not a refrigerator in the room though, so only purchase what you will eat. I wish there were more organization regarding amenities. I was under the impression that I would be able to have lunch at the cafe by the pool, have dinner out on the terrace, go riding during the day and perhaps even arrange for a massage at the spa. It was a bit quiet during the day, there is a caretaker who runs everything, her husband does the groundskeeping, and I spotted a gentleman out by the horses once, but no one goes to any effort to offer any services. The pizzeria in town has some fresh pasta and a decent wine selection. This seems like the ideal location for a large family getaway, business retreat or a destination wedding. Perhaps they pull out all the stops when there are more individuals staying there. At the time, aside from my co-worker and me, there were 2 Dutch ladies and a German family.