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New Wine Club Launched by JW Marriott and Treasury Wine Estates

New Wine Club Launched by JW Marriott and Treasury Wine Estates

VIP guests now have a new way to add value to their Marriott experience

JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts is rolling out its new JWM Wine Club for VIP guests. The gourmand-centric collaboration is a joint effort with Treasury Wine Estates. The purpose of the exclusive club is to add value to the experience for JW Marriott guests, complementing their passion for the grape with in-home tasting experiences. Many of the varietals come from several of California's most awarded luxury estates.

The JWM Wine Club will ship fine wine directly to club members’ homes on a quarterly basis, each shipment costing $150. Members will choose from four samplings and pick their two favorites. They will then receive a 750-ml bottle of each of their selections. The deluxe package also includes notes from a JW Marriott wine ambassador, recipes to pair with the bottles, and how to choose, taste, and enjoy the best wine for any occasion, according to JW Marriott.

"We are thrilled to officially introduce our new JWM Wine Club, a program which was designed to further enhance our connection with our guests by providing luxuries that speak to their personal interest," said Mitzi Gaskins, VP and resident and global brand manager for JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts. "The collaboration with Treasury Wine Estates offers an innovative way for guests to access and experience fine wine, providing them with a JW Marriott experience to savor at home at their leisure."

The management team at Treasury Wine Estates is equally excited about the newly formed alliance with JW Marriott, seeing it as a window of opportunity to drum up interest from new, targeted consumers with an ideal demographic. "The JWM Wine Club is an extension of a very important strategic partnership between Treasury Wine Estates and JW Marriott," said Nicole Carter, VP of public relations for Treasury Wine Estates. "We are always looking for dynamic ways to talk to new consumers. I believe the JWM Wine Club brings a new level of innovation into our hospitality business and allows us to bring a taste of California to consumers at home."

This post originally appeared on JustLuxe.


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Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.


LUXURY ASIA | Travel, Lifestyle, Technology, Wine & Dine

Karma Group has announced the acquisition of Borgo di Colleoli, a historical estate in Tuscany, Italy. The sprawling estate is nestled in the stunning Tuscan hills, representing the latest in Karma’s stable of spectacular European estates alongside Le Preverger on the French Riviera, Pelikanos on the Greek island of Mykonos and the soon to open Chateau de Samary in Carcassonne, France.

Over the years, the original medieval castle evolved to become an aristocratic villa and estate. During the 17th and 18th centuries much renovation work was carried out to the frescoes and delicate mouldings, transforming the Borgo into an elegant country retreat. Today the estate encompasses the main villa and the surrounding farm buildings, including a hayloft, a workshop and an administrative building. The Borgo was restored in 2003 under the guidance of the Italian Fine Arts Commission to transform it into a unique holiday destination, with the 50 well-appointed guest apartments situated in the former farm buildings.

No two rooms are completely alike, but all are redolent with Tuscan flair, which is so very much part of the charm of the Borgo. The palatial main villa houses 12 beautiful and spacious suites. The Borgo di Colleoli is the perfect venue for tasting the excellent local wine, in the very good wine bar, which also serves breakfast, snacks and aperitifs throughout the day, whilst the estate’s restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy traditional Tuscan recipes. Guests can strike out and explore the beautiful countryside or relax amongst the ancient olive groves before taking a dip in either of the two panoramic pools.

“I have had an eye on Borgo di Colleoni for quite some time and am delighted to announce that Karma Group has acquired the estate in the superb hills of Tuscany, one of my favourite parts of the world” said John Spence, Founder and Chairman of Karma Group. “We will be open for the summer season as we renovate and refurbish the property to bring it up to our high standards. The magnificent location of the estate is close to many attractions and I have no doubt whatsoever that this will be a hugely popular destination for Karma guests both old and new, from all around the world.”

The 50-room estate is strategically located just a short distance from all the best tourist destinations in the area. Guests can easily visit the romantic and artistic cities of Siena, San Gimignano, Volterra, Pisa and Florence, explore the beautiful Tuscan hills or play a memorable round of golf or perhaps go to the seaside, with the Borgo di Colleoli Estate being located just a few kilometres from the Etruscan Coast with its renowned beaches of Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Viareggio and Cecina as well as the beautiful and historical towns of Bolgheri and Castagneto Carducci.