This Ferragamo-owned estate in Tuscany is utterly spectacular. The accommodations and dining are nestled into and around a Medieval village that the family has lovingly overhauled, and the winery produces bottlings that run the gamut from immediately enjoyable to wildly age-worthy. In 2015, all of their vineyards were certified organic, which, Salvatore Ferragamo and winemaker Stefano Chioccioli told me during a visit this past summer, has allowed the team to understand the estate as a whole ecosystem. And the wines themselves are worth stocking up on. The Alessandro dal Borro 2015 is a monumental Syrah-based wine with iron-like mineral notes, floral pink peppercorns, red-cherry compote, a hint of meaty savoriness, and an almost briny note that will make this spectacular at the table. It’s great now, and promises to evolve for another 40 years at least.