An incomparable Tuscany luxury hotel set in one of Italy’s best-preserved historic estates.
Justin Verlander has a lot to celebrate in one week. After winning the World Series with the Houston Astros, the decorated pitcher married supermodel Kate Upton in a lavish ceremony in Tuscany, Italy.
Verlander and Upton celebrated their special day at the Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco resort, an incomparable Tuscany luxury hotel set in one of Italy’s best-preserved historic estates. It’s also one of the oldest and best-preserved estates in the region.
Beyond its posh villas, the resort also offers an escape to a winter wonderland adventure in the Tuscan countryside with a wildlife-spotting night safari. Set in an 800-year-old estate in the Montalcino countryside, in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Val d’Orcia Natural Park, the resort features its own historic village, a private 18-hole golf course and the Brunello di Montalcino winery. The wildlife-spotting on a night safari is included in a Ferrari racing experience.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model told Martha Stewart Weddings earlier this year that,
“I just know I want a lot of flowers. And I know I want the petals already down by the time my niece, who will be my flower girl, walks down the aisle.”
The newlyweds look happy as can be in the Italian countryside. Congrats!