We loved our farmstay at the Tenuto Pakravan-Papi vineyard. The location is well situated, about 45 minutes from Pisa (north), Volterra (west) and the coastal road/towns (east). (There are some beautiful drives and interesting destinations nearby to the south, too, though we didn't have a chance to get down that way.)
The farmstay is located at the top of a hill in a national park, at the end of a winding dirt road, so it takes about fifteen minutes to get there from the main road turnoff--this means there is zero traffic noise or congestion, and the peace and quiet is wonderful! It also means it is a perfect place to watch the sunset, or sunrise, or both, as you have an unobstructed and gorgeous vista view in pretty much all directions.
The attic apartment is in a beautifully restored old house and they make excellent use of the space in the apartment; everything feels airy but comfortable, with clean but warm design.
There is a good restaurant nearby; we split our mealtimes between the restaurant, our daytrip destinations, and our own little kitchen, which was stocked with appliances and dishes. Amineh provided plenty of breakfast items for the length of our stay.
Amineh and Enzo were welcoming and made sure we had anything we needed. They are both very interesting people, with a lot of knowledge about a variety of subjects. Amineh speaks Italian, French, English, Spanish, and Farci fluently.
The tour of the wine-making facilities was interesting. It's clear Amineh and Enzo care deeply about the wine-making process--and, of course, the quality of the resulting excellent wines.
We did not have a chance to try out the pool, but its location is great--right at the edge of the high hill, overlooking a farmed and forested valley. They are planning to add a tennis court and breakfast pavilion in the next month or two.
Wonderful! I wish I were still there! Highly recommended.