Monteverdi Tuscany Est. Prior to 1930

Monteverdi, Province of Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy

A collection of exquisitely restored Tuscan villas is a peaceful haven for your five senses.
Enjoy a divinely rustic experience filled with art, architecture, food, wine, music, and a sprawling valley that makes for one of the best views in the world.
The Lowdown
Type
Art Gallery
Boutique Hotel
Estate / House / Mansion / Villa
Garden
Private Dining / Restaurant
Views
Garden
Landscaped Grounds
Valley
Vineyard
Style
Contemporary
Eclectic
Italian
Modern
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Group Getaway
Retreats: Corporate, Spa, Wellness, Etc.
Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Reception

Venue Setting

Here at Monteverdi, our professionals are on hand to listen, craft, plan, and perfect your dream destination wedding. The timeless beauty of our village, the Tuscan rolling hills and the 800 year old chapel play but a small part in ensuring that every element of your wedding is perfectly planned and executed. Whether you are looking for the best chocolatier in Tuscany, a 5th generation florist, fireworks or simplicity, wedding celebrations at Monteverdi are magical and truly the stuff that dreams are made of.
Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

No

Insurance

N/A

Capacity

Seated
150
Buffet
N/A
Standing
150
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
Prior to 1930
Curfew
No Curfew
Venue Spaces
Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available
Catering
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Alcohol
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Music
Indoors Only
Smoking
Non-smoking Venue
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Perfect base to explore Val d’Orcia With its charming piazza and its 900-year old chapel, the tiny medieval living borgo where the Monteverdi is set is Tuscany in miniature: beautiful, authentic and timeless. Overlooking the Val d’Orcia, the view from this mountaintop retreat is ever changing, varying from great patches of green in Spring to a gold to dusted-grey backdrop in late August. From there, it is a 5-minute drive to La Foce, a large villa built in the 15th century as a hostel for pilgrims and merchants passing in the region, and purchased in the 1920’s by the Origo family - they also built La Bandita, an old farmhouse that has been refurbished with a modern twist and that is another of our favorite venue spaces in Tuscany for weddings and family/friend reunions. The estate is now home to one of the finest examples of English Italian gardens. Built by English architect Cecil Pisen, they were the childhood dream of Iris Origo who was determined to have a place where she could read and think. The gardens are open to the public for guided tours every Wednesday afternoon from March to early November and are an attraction not to be missed! Make sure to couple your visit with a lunch at Dopolavoro La Foce, a newly renovated trattoria offering Tuscan dishes flavored with La Foce extra virgin olive oil and created with the best seasonal local ingredients, often plucked from their own garden across the street. The food is delicious - one of the best I’ve had in Italy - the setting is laid-back but stylish and the restaurant is conveniently located on the way to Pienza. After lunch, head over to the thermal springs in Bagni San Filippo that are worth visiting for those who want to indulge in a warm soak in a natural environment. Make sure to bring your own towel (there are no facilities there) along with walking shoes and avoid the weekends where it gets a bit crowded. There is a nice trattoria close by serving drinks and snacks where you can “fuel” before getting back on the road.

Sep 30th, 2015
venuetest
Owner & Destination Wedding Specialist
French Riviera, France

Stephanie is a French native, founder and co-owner of Nomad Republic, a collective of well-connected and highly committed wedding planning specialists who help couples dream up their perfect day at a gorgeous location in their favorite European region. Addicted to travel, she is constantly looking for extraordinary and exclusive venue spaces full of character and charm. During her spare time, she loves nothing more than exploring underwater treasures.

Perfect base to explore Val d’Orcia With its charming piazza and its 900-year old chapel, the tiny medieval living borgo where the Monteverdi is set is Tuscany in miniature: beautiful, authentic and timeless. Overlooking the Val d’Orcia, the view from this mountaintop retreat is ever changing, varying from great patches of green in Spring to a gold to dusted-grey backdrop in late August. From there, it is a 5-minute drive to La Foce, a large villa built in the 15th century as a hostel for pilgrims and merchants passing in the region, and purchased in the 1920’s by the Origo family - they also built La Bandita, an old farmhouse that has been refurbished with a modern twist and that is another of our favorite venue spaces in Tuscany for weddings and family/friend reunions. The estate is now home to one of the finest examples of English Italian gardens. Built by English architect Cecil Pisen, they were the childhood dream of Iris Origo who was determined to have a place where she could read and think. The gardens are open to the public for guided tours every Wednesday afternoon from March to early November and are an attraction not to be missed! Make sure to couple your visit with a lunch at Dopolavoro La Foce, a newly renovated trattoria offering Tuscan dishes flavored with La Foce extra virgin olive oil and created with the best seasonal local ingredients, often plucked from their own garden across the street. The food is delicious - one of the best I’ve had in Italy - the setting is laid-back but stylish and the restaurant is conveniently located on the way to Pienza. After lunch, head over to the thermal springs in Bagni San Filippo that are worth visiting for those who want to indulge in a warm soak in a natural environment. Make sure to bring your own towel (there are no facilities there) along with walking shoes and avoid the weekends where it gets a bit crowded. There is a nice trattoria close by serving drinks and snacks where you can “fuel” before getting back on the road.

Sep 30th, 2015
venuetest
Owner & Destination Wedding Specialist
French Riviera, France

Stephanie is a French native, founder and co-owner of Nomad Republic, a collective of well-connected and highly committed wedding planning specialists who help couples dream up their perfect day at a gorgeous location in their favorite European region. Addicted to travel, she is constantly looking for extraordinary and exclusive venue spaces full of character and charm. During her spare time, she loves nothing more than exploring underwater treasures.

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