When traveling in Italy, we love to visit chapels, especially in small towns, and the chapel inside Villa Bibbiani is one of the most distinctive features of the villa. Inside the chapel we can see the most beautiful examples of Italian artistry among other art expressions.
Lifelike carved stone sculptures, intricate mosaic covered walls, haunting centuries-old oil paintings, and massive gilded wood altar sticks, just to name a few, these are some of the artistic expressions that can be seen inside the chapel.
The chapel, although small, makes a unique impression due to its great detail and majestic Italian sacred art. The different finishes on the walls, the detail of the lines in the drawings give the chapel that beautiful artistic glow.
In addition to the San Giovese grape which comprises approximately 85% of the current vineyard, there is also approximately 15% of Cabernet Sauvignon. Recently planted, but not yet in production are also the grape varieties, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot.
On the southern slopes of the Montalbano hill, near Florence, is Villa Bibbiani: a charming Renaissance residence surrounded by a lush botanical park and wonderful vineyards. A history of beauty and avant-garde of more than 1300 years