Paolo Pejrone's Piedmont estate is a slice of paradise. High at the top of a mountain that overlooks the Po valley, the villa sits nestled among ancient olive groves, which the estate harvests to produce their much celebrated olive oil. The home, originally a 15th century military outpost, is full of the iconic landscape architect's personal flair. Ranging family heirlooms with finds brought back from his travels, Pejrone conjures an environment of old-world, bucolic bliss.
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