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At Adler Thermae, Couples Submerge Themselves (Literally!) in Tuscan Delicacies “Enjoy Tuscany” Offer Includes Cooking Class, Cheese Tastings and
Spa Soaks in Local Wine

Bagno Vignoni, Italy, June, 2017: Italians know how to eat, drink and relax better than anyone else in the world, and nowhere is this more apparent than at Adler Thermae, the renowned spa resort fed by the thermal pools of Bagno Vignoni, a tiny town in Tuscany. In this spirit of “la dolce vita,” the hotel announces the “Enjoy Tuscany” offer, a four- to seven-night package focused on spa time, wine and food, available now through December 22, 2017.

The star of the package is the Adler Luxury Aetos Ritual treatment, which is designed for couples. A detoxifying peel is followed by a soothing massage using grapeseed oil. Next comes a regenerating bath in mix of the hotel’s thermal mineral waters and local red wine, which is rich in antioxidants. To further engage the senses, the treatment concludes with a glass of sparkling Aetos Rosé and a taste of wine-aged pecorino cheese.

But spa time doesn’t need to stop there. Along with classic offerings like massages and facials, the menu includes distinctive treatments such as an Etruscan clay bath; an underground salt bath; and Far Eastern health modalities like Shirodhara oil applications. Guests can also simply find a quiet corner in one of the baths, saunas or numerous indoor and outdoor pools—they cover a whopping 1,000 square feet of the property—and feel stress start to slip away as the water works its restorative powers.

When they’re not luxuriating at the spa, visitors who’ve booked “Enjoy Tuscany” will have the chance to take a morning cooking class taught by a local home cook (or “mamma”) at Tenuta Sanoner, the hotel’s hilltop winery. After working in the kitchen, they’ll savor their creations during lunch on the terrace overlooking the valley. They’ll also experience a tasting in the wine cellar featuring local varietals, cheeses and meats. Not only will they return home relaxed and full of fabulous food, they’ll have new recipes in their cooking repertoire and everlasting memories of Tuscany.

“Enjoy Tuscany” Offer
4 to 7 nights
Now through 12/22/17
Special offer for wine lovers and gourmands: Enjoy the Tuscan cuisine in all its delicious facets and revel in an unforgettable wellness-themed holiday.

Included:

  • 1 cooking class in the enchanting Tenuta Sanoner, followed by lunch
  • 1 ADLER Luxury Aetos ritual for two: a luxurious wine therapy ritual with a cleansing dermatological peel, relaxing massage, a regenerating bath in thermal water and final tasting of Aetos wine and pecorino cheese.
  • 1 Tasting of wine and typical products in the ADLER cellar
  • from approximately $1,100.00 per person

About Adler Thermae:
Set between the wine areas of Montepulciano and Montalcino, Tuscany's Adler Thermae Resort and Spa is a pioneering five-star hotel famous for its thermal baths. It’s set in the Val D'Orcia, known for its rolling hills punctuated by Cypress trees and medieval towns. The valley has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site, and has been used as backdrop for films such as The English Patient, Stealing Beauty and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. There are 90 luxury rooms and suites, each with a balcony or terrace overlooking the valley. The spa menu offers more than 120 treatments that blend the highest quality natural products with state-of-the-art equipment. The spa provides not only relaxation and beauty services, but also modern western medicine and alternative healing methods. The ADLER MED medical competence center has its own team of doctors from disciplines like general medicine, laboratory medicine, aesthetic medicine, modern Mayr medicine, homeopathy, herbal medicine and nutrition. The hotel recently opened an on-property vineyard and winery known as Tenuta Sanoner (Sanoner Estate). Along with Adler Thermae, the Sanoner family also owns three resorts in Italy's Dolomites mountain region. The Sanoners have been in the hotel business since 1810, when they opened their first small inn, and the four hotels are currently managed by the family's seventh generation.

For more information: https://www.adler-thermae.com/en/

For media information, please contact Morano PR: 212-860-5566 or martha@moranopr.com


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