The estate at Dievole, set in the stunningly beautiful hills to the north of Siena, has a history going back to at least the eleventh century. Today, in addition to their vineyards and winery they're also into wine tourism in a big way and they style the estate the 'Dievole Wine Resort'. It's certainly a luxurious location to spend a Tuscan holiday. They have over 150 hectares of vineyards across the area, much of which is planted to Sangiovese, as would be expected, but there's also some other Tuscan varieties like Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo and Colorino along with a small amount of white varieties. They make a diverse range of wines under the 'Dievole' and 'Due Arbie' labels all of which are true expressions of the Tuscan terroir.