The History I Parigi Corbinelli
I Parigi Corbinelli is composed by a large complex, the ancient core of which dates back to the end of the 14th century. The structure has been maintained intact and the architectural features of its medieval tower are still visible to this day. Initially a military control tower for the territory, in 1427 it became the residence of Tommaso, son of Parigi who belonged to the Corbinelli family, an ancient noble family whose crest remains on the structure's doors to this day.
In 1428 Lorenzo di Parigi Corbinelli gifted the water which flowed from this family homestead to the monks of the nearby charterhouse. During the early 16th century the home was transferred to the Antinori family and was increasingly used for agricultural purposes associated with the production of wine, oil, grain and forage. In fact, the buildings attached to the core were constructed during this and subsequent eras and used by the farm tenants.
In the 19th century the property was passed on the Bartolomei and then Passerini families.
Since 1918, the home has been owned by the family which currently resides therein.