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Chianti Colors & Flavors Day Trip from Florence

1. Chianti Colors & Flavors Day Trip from Florence

Don’t miss the chance to explore the rolling hills of the marvelous Chianti Wine region. Get away from the noise and crowds of the city and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the world-famous Tuscan countryside. Tuscany enjoys worldwide renown for its nature, small villages, vineyards and gentle hills. Your tour starts with a visit to a rustic Wine Estate, in the heart of vineyards, where you will be greeted by the owners and offered an appetizing snack based on “crostini toscani”, home produced olive oil and a tasting of a delicate “Vino Chianti”. You will visit the cellar and learn all the secrets of wine processing. Then we move on to Greve in Chianti which is doubtless one of the most famous and best known Italian Chianti wine villages. Here you will have time to explore the characteristic alleyways and the central square with its numerous Medieval buildings and its picturesque artisan shops. Our day is not over yet. In the heart of olive trees, gentle hills and vineyards you will be offered another rich wine tasting together with some regional products, and the owners of the wine estate will teach you some easy steps to become a perfect sommelier!

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Florence: Tuscany & Chianti Classico Trek & Wine with Lunch

2. Florence: Tuscany & Chianti Classico Trek & Wine with Lunch

Spend a day walking in nature where local wines and food are combined to have a marvelous day out in Tuscany through natural beauties, historical small wineries, and little villages nestled in the heart of the Chianti wine region. Understand the process of wine-making and olive oil production. Hop on a minivan and be driven along unique little roads in the Chianti Classico wine region. Reach the starting point located in Panzano in Chianti. The exact drop-off point is a secret. Start the day with a little walk through the Conca d'oro, a magnificent natural Amphitheater where the best Chianti Classico wines are produced. Walk through vineyards leading you to the first winery stop. from the 12th century, run by a local family. At this family-run winery from the 12th century, visit the wine cellar. This is the second oldest building in Panzano in Chianti, used as a medieval post. Enjoy marvelous wines and food tasting in a stunning historical location. Say goodbye to this unique wine cellar and continue walking through olive groves and vineyards toward the second winery. Savor lunch and another wine tasting (sometimes the lunch is postponed to the next stop). The marvelous wine here is produced by 3 generations of local farmers. Tuck into a tasty Tuscan lunch with a selection of their wines, perfect to recharge for another hike towards the last winery. The last Winery is a modern winery created by Italian artists. Settled right at the top of the hills overlooking Montefioralle, an enchanting castle nested in a great position. In the last winery, all modern techniques are combined with old, time-tested knowledge. Enjoy the last wine tasting here. For those who want to hike more, there is the final stretch downhill to reach Montefioralle. Get on the minivan back to Florence.

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From Florence: Self-Drive Fiat 500 Tour

3. From Florence: Self-Drive Fiat 500 Tour

Live out your wildest Italian fantasies and get behind the wheel of a classic Fiat 500 for a drive through the breathtaking Tuscan countryside. After meeting your guide, perfect your use of the double-clutch before taking off on your journey of discovery. Wind your way through the curving roads of the countryside and learn more about the area from your guide's splendid stories and anecdotes. Admire the beauty of the roads lined with cypresses, wildflowers, and the unmistakable classic Italian architecture. Spend 2 hours roaming around the Tuscan hills at your own pace, stopping at a number of panoramic locations along the way, before returning to Florence.

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From Florence: Private Wine Tour with Dinner on an Estate

4. From Florence: Private Wine Tour with Dinner on an Estate

Meet your driver at your hotel and through this enchanting journey, you’ll discover one of the most suggestive areas of Tuscany, the Chianti Classico area. The first stop of the tour is at a family-run estate, located in the heart of the Florentine area of Chianti Classico. Here the wines are crafted with a bio-sustainable focus, always showing respect to the soil and the beautiful Tuscan countryside. Enjoy 4 fantastic wines and experience a true distilled of Tuscany. After that you will stop in the picturesque medieval village of Greve in Chianti, considered the gateway to the Chianti territory and famous for the main square, a treasure of art, history and flavors. It will be wonderful to snoop in the typical shops and experience the lively atmosphere of the village. Left Greve in Chianti, you will reach a second intimate and friendly winery where thanks to a private and exclusive tour of the estate, vineyards and wine cellars you will be introduced to the “wine world”. From the cultivation of the grapes to the tasting of the final product. And finally, enjoy the delicious Tuscan dinner with fine wines tasting. The last emotion of a full immersion into Chianti flavors, culture and beauties before returning to Florence. Please note that the itinerary of the visits may change.

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From Florence: Culinary Tour of the Chianti Wine Region

5. From Florence: Culinary Tour of the Chianti Wine Region

Enjoy breathtaking views and traditional Italian food on an afternoon tour of the Chianti wine region in Tuscany. Join your guide as you leave Florence and head into the countryside to begin your foodie adventure. Your first stop is a family-run wine estate. Take a tour of the winery with a guide from the estate and get an inside look at how things are run. Visit the vineyards and cellars, and learn how world-renowned Chianti wine is made. Take part in a wine tasting and sample some of the best Chianti wines along with some fresh olive oil and delicious Tuscan snacks. Continue your tour with a stop at Greve in Chianti, a charming village in the heart of the Chianti region. Follow your guide to the Piazza Matteotti, the famous triangular piazza that this small town is known for. Then, enjoy some free time here as you explore the numerous artisan and food shops, including the artisan butchery Antica Macelleria Falorni. As the sun starts to set, make your way to your final destination for the day, another wine estate. Sit down and enjoy a delicious dinner of seasonal Tuscan specialties. Each course is paired with one of the exquisite wines produced by this estate.

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From Florence: Private Half-Day Chianti Tour & Wine Tasting

6. From Florence: Private Half-Day Chianti Tour & Wine Tasting

In the heart of Tuscany lies Chianti, a region of rolling hills and countryside that are unmatched in their beauty. Take part in a private tour of Chianti, which is made complete with a wine tasting that takes place in the cellars of a renowned winery. Adding to the luxurious nature of this tour and tasting, you determine when you want your tour to begin. When you are ready to depart your own private vehicle will come to your centrally-located Florence hotel. The car and your English-speaking driver are at your disposal for up to 4 hours. You will begin your experience with a drive through the Tuscan countryside to Chianti. En route you will see wooded areas, vineyards and olive groves, before a stop in a typical Medieval Chianti village. Make sure you bring a camera as the views are panoramic and unforgettable. Romanesque churches, charming farmhouses and villas and castles of rare beauty dot the landscape. Your wine tasting will take place in a historic wine estate and will focus on the famous and prestigious Chianti wines. You will learn about how Chianti was first made in the 13th-century as a white wine. Your tasting will also include some typically Tuscan snacks. A private car, tasting Chianti wine in a castle and touring the Tuscan countryside; does life get any better than this?

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From Florence: Full-Day Chianti Wine & San Gimignano

7. From Florence: Full-Day Chianti Wine & San Gimignano

Embark on a private day tour to the region of Tuscany, discovering some of its historic landmarks. Visit the town of Gerve within the heart of the Chianti region, and taste some local wine and olive oil, two famous products of the region. At the medieval castle of Montefioralle, stroll around and admire the breathtaking scenery with incredible vistas of Chianti. Appreciate the slow pace of life that hasn’t changed for centuries as you wander around the streets of this enchanting hill town. At Greve in Chianti, the principal town of the Chianti, you’ll have some free time to explore this friendly market town (market day is Saturday) with the opportunity to do some optional wine tastings or olive oil tastings while in town. Enjoy a guided tour of the stunning historic wine and olive oil cellars and visit the famous Enoteca Falorni with more than 100 different wines.

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Chianti: Authentic Wine Tasting Experience from Florence

8. Chianti: Authentic Wine Tasting Experience from Florence

A comprehensive experience in one of the most fascinating areas of Tuscany, known all over the world for its wine and its countryside of unrivalled charm, where woods alternate with vineyards and olive groves, in a landscape dotted with Romanesque parish churches, farmhouses, villas and castles of rare beauty. The first stop of the tour is in the heart of the Florentine area of Chianti Classico, in a historic winery where you can taste excellent wines paired with snacks.  Continue to the picturesque medieval village of Greve, birthplace of the famous navigator Giovanni da Verrazzano, where every year takes place the most important wine fair of the Chianti region. Here you will have free time to admire the famous main square of the ancient "market" with its characteristic arcades and to browse through the local artisan shops. Moving along the ancient "Via Chiantigiana", cross the heart of the Chianti Classico, admiring the breathtaking views of the rolling hills that made famous this part of Tuscany. Then reach a family-run Winery located in the Sienese area of the Chianti Classico, which stands out for the excellent quality of its wines. Here you will be warmly welcomed by its passionate winemaker and after the guided tour of the cellars and the lovely aromatic garden, a delicious tasting of four different wines and local products will be waiting. The last stop of the tour is Castellina, a fortified hilltop village of Etruscan origin, among the most lively and picturesque of Chianti, characterized by an imposing fortress: here, walking through the picturesque medieval covered street "Via delle Volte", the tour leader will guide you to discover the charming historical center and its picturesque houses, squares and shops.

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Chianti: Private Pasta-Making Class at a Local's Home

9. Chianti: Private Pasta-Making Class at a Local's Home

Immerse yourself in a private pasta-making class at the Cesarina's home, learn the secrets of the region's most famous pasta dishes and taste the fruits of your labor accompanied by a glass of local wine. During the lesson the Cesarina will reveal the tricks of the trade for three authentic regional pasta recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test.  Each participant will have a workstation equipped with utensils and all the ingredients to make the dishes. Taste everything you have prepared with a selection of red and white local wines.

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From Livorno: Shore Excursion to Chianti and San Gimignano

10. From Livorno: Shore Excursion to Chianti and San Gimignano

Discover the beauty of the Chianti wine region on this shore excursion from Livorno. After getting picked up from the port, enjoy a relaxing 1.5-hour drive through the picturesque Chianti countryside to reach your first stop, the charming market town of Greve-in-Chianti where you can visit Macelleria Falorni, a specialist in wild boar and pecorino cheeses and one of the best butchers in Italy. Later, as you cross the hills to Montefioralle, the tiny hamlet where Amerigo Vespucci was born, enjoy a wine tasting tour at a small family-owned estate. Your journey will then take you through the Antinori vineyards at Badia a Passignano to relax over a convivial Tuscan lunch at a little osteria hidden away amongst these rolling hills. After lunch, stop at the World Heritage site of San Gimignano with its unforgettable skyline of towers. The town is renowned for its white Vernaccia di San Gimignano wine and the Gelateria di Piazza, where Sergio Dondoli creates award-winning gelato with flavors including Vernaccia wine sorbet. Get dropped off back at your ship in the afternoon with plenty of time before departure.

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What people are saying about Greve in Chianti

An excellent experience for wine afficionados and not only. Constantino is very hip, has all the right ingormation and adapts very well to the participants, in every language, and queueing to details from every culture. The hosts from the wineries were great and the quality of the wines in the tasting excellent.

We tried 10 types of wine and other delicacies. It was very exciting and we had a great time in a pleasant atmosphere. The group was a bit big but for the price it was okay.

A very nice experience. It was our first venture of this kind. It all worked out well and is a wonderful trip to the Chianti region. We recommend

We had a wonderful tour of Chianti with our excellent guide Giulio who took care of every detail along the way! Thank you!

Great afternoon trip, with a couple of vineyards we’d never have discovered by ourselves. Tour leader was excellent!