On the wooded hills north east of Florence in the heart of the Chianti Rufina district, which has been famous for its wines since the Renaissance, we find TENUTA BOSSI. Its 315 hectares, stretching altitudes ranging from 200 and 400 meters above sea level are dedicated to vineyards, olive groves, forests, and grains. There is also the impressive XV century villa. The Marchesi Gondi acquired it from the Tolomei family in 1592, and the family has been producing Chianti Rufina wines for over four centuries. The current owners are Bernardo Gondi and his sister Donatella Gondi.