The most complete Chianti experience
Two Tastings of prestigious Wines
Famous and picturesque Chianti villages
A “Chiantigiana” dinner with a full menu’
Breathtaking landscapes with vineyards, olive groves, churches and castles
Enjoy the charm of the Chianti countryside, one of the most beautiful areas of Tuscany, known all over the world not only for its famous wine, but also for its landscapes and vineyards, olive trees and cypresses surrounding churches, castles and villages hidden in the hills.
The first stop of the tour is in the heart of the Florentine area of Chianti Classico, in a cozy Winery producing also one of the most appreciated Chianti extra virgin olive oil. Here we experience a tasting tour with prestigious wines and local products, guided by an expert winemaker, while visiting the wine cellars, admiring the vineyards and enjoying the delightful garden.
The tour continues with a stop in the medieval village of Greve, where to admire the famous main square flanked by arcades where you can stroll by the shops selling articles and typical products of the Chianti area.
A wonderful hilly route along the "Via Chiantigiana" leads us then to a family-run Winery where we will visit the cellars and the barrique room and taste four excellent limited-production Chianti wines and local products.
The tour proceeds then with the visit of Castellina, a picturesque ancient village located on a hilltop and nestled among vineyards and olive groves.
In the evening we will reach finally San Donato in Poggio, an ancient fortified castle town dating back to the XI century, still keeping part of its walls, medieval and Renaissance buildings and a splendid Romanesque parish church in the surrounding countryside. In the enchanted atmosphere of this charming village, we will be served a traditional dinner with a full menu of fresh local products and excellent Chianti wine.
Please note that the order of the visits may change
Here below you can find the following Tour option:
. Dinner including Florentine T-Bone Steak (CAF5BB)