Prince Corsini- a true Italian Aristocrat

Since 1211, Prince Duccio Corsini’s family has had a distinguished involvement in Italian art, villas, and wine in Florence and Tuscany. The Corsinis have long been one of Italy’s most historic and prestigious families, owning prestigious art collections (which include works by Rafael, Botticelli and Bernini, to name a few) and contributing to world-famous wine production.

His history in Italy is well-known, as his ancestor, Lorenzo Corsini elected Pope Clemente XII.The Corsini family also helped build Trevi Fountain in Rome, founded the Musei Capitolini, and restored the facades of San Giovanni in Laterano and Santa Maria Maggiore. Tommaso Corsini donated the present day headquarters of Academy of Lincei.

Prince Duccio Corsini is devoted to passing on his heritage and preserving his territory of birth. He and his family are  actively involved in synergies with the world of fine arts, a focused range of uncompromising Chianti Classicos and long-standing Maremma IGT’s which are estate wines of exceptional value for money.

ArtViva is proud to announce they are now partnering with the Prince to offer their clients an exclusive experience in Tuscan winemaking and becoming a part of Italian history.

Stay tuned to find out more, and how you can spend the day with the Prince himself.

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