At the foot of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, among ancient woods and broad valleys, there’s a wide plant Villa surrounded by vineyards.
Built in 1731 by Marquis Albicini, the Estate is also known as Pandolfa, Villa of the Spirits, and House of the 100 windows. But for everyone, now, it’s Casa di Noelia, the house of Noelia.
Casa di Noelia houses a family.
Among with poets, commanders, frescoes, visionary women and sweet summers.
Casa di Noelia houses cool and fresh breezes, the ones full of flower, wine and field grass perfumes.
Italian history with its war and peace left its traces here on the Estate, hidden among old olive trees and the hills of an unrevealed land, In Casa di Noelia memories, dreams, parties, banquets, and flashes of genius are unveiled.
Here lives the idea that to create and be inspired one needs to be surrounded by art and nature.
This is why Casa di Noelia houses so many stories, and one could be yours.