5 Ancient Villages Are Back in Business

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Borgo Argenina (011-39/0577-747-117, borgoargenina.it)The path leading to the inn's breakfast room.
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Borgo Argenina (011-39/0577-747-117, borgoargenina.it)Owner Elena Nappa with her "two angels," Desy and Cianie.
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Fattoria di Titignano (011-39/0763-308-000, titignano.it)Workers tending the estate's vines.
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Fattoria di Titignano (011-39/0763-308-000, titignano.it)The main dining hall at the hotel, where seven-course lunches and dinners are served.
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Fattoria di Titignano (011-39/0763-308-000, titignano.it)The pool overlooking the Parco Fluviale del Tevere.
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Fattoria di Titignano (011-39/0763-308-000, titignano.it)A doorway in the 1,000-year-old town square.
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Castello di Fonterutoli (011-39/0577-741-385, mazzei.it)In the winery's tasting room, guests can sample the four cabernet sauvignon, Sangiovese, and merlot blends made by the Mazzei family.
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Castel Pergine (011-39/0461-531-158, castelpergine.it)Modern sculptures around a tower on the outer defensive wall.
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Castel Pergine (011-39/0461-531-158, castelpergine.it)The coats of arms of the castle's owners in the stained-glass windows of the bar.
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Castel Pergine (011-39/0461-531-158, castelpergine.it)A candlelit dinner in the main hall.
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Castel Pergine (011-39/0461-531-158, castelpergine.it)The neo-Gothic furniture in the guest quarters.
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Castello di Montegridolfo (011-39/0541-855-350, montegridolfo.com)The 16th-century frescoes in the Fresco Bedroom in the main house were restored during the renovations.
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Castello di Montegridolfo (011-39/0541-855-350, montegridolfo.com)The clock tower was rebuilt in the 1300s after being destroyed in a war.
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