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olive oil, Pecorino cheese & balsamic vinegar
Start from Florence - Winery 1 with tasting - Winery 2 with tasting - Boutique winery with tasting and lunch - Return to Florence
Professional local guides walk you through the Chianti wine region's rich history, culture, and winemaking techniques. The tours include visits to renowned wineries, vineyards, and cellars, along with multiple wine tastings showcasing the finest Chianti wines.
Best for: Wine enthusiasts who want a comprehensive and informative experience, learning about the region's wines and traditions from expert guides.
Guided Tour of the Chianti Wine Region with 2 Wine Tastings and Vineyards Escape
Tour of Siena, San Gimignano, Monteriggioni & Chianti Wine Tasting from Florence
Guided Immersive Wine & Olive Oil Experience in Chianti
Chianti Wine Tour from Florence with Greve Village Visit
Indulge in an exclusive wine adventure, tailored to your preferences. Private tours offer flexibility in itinerary and timing, allowing you to visit select wineries and delve deeper into the Chianti wine culture with undivided attention from your guide.
Best for: Those seeking a more personalized and intimate wine tour, ideal for special occasions or a getaway with loved ones.
Dive deep into the delectable realm of Chianti wines and Tuscan cuisine. Wine and gastronomy tours not only include wine tastings but also gourmet dining experiences, pairing exquisite wines with authentic regional dishes.
Best for: Foodies and wine connoisseurs who appreciate the art of culinary pairing and wish to savor the diverse flavors of Chianti.
Indulge in luxury and exclusivity with VIP and exclusive wine tours. These high-end experiences often include private transportation, visits to prestigious wineries, special tastings of rare vintages, and unique encounters with winemakers.
Best for: Discerning travelers seeking an opulent and unforgettable wine adventure with the finest offerings in Chianti.
Combine the joy of cycling with the beauty of the Chianti countryside. E-bike wine tours offer an active and eco-friendly way to explore vineyards and wineries, with stops for wine tastings and soaking in the breathtaking scenery.
Best for: Adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers who want a fun and eco-conscious wine experience amidst Tuscany's picturesque landscapes.
Witness the seamless connection between vineyards and kitchens. Chianti's wines aren't just reserved for glasses; they become key ingredients in cooking, infusing dishes with a unique and distinctive flair.
Indulge in "Bistecca alla Fiorentina" with bold Chianti Classico, savor "Pappa al Pomodoro" with a glass of Chianti Rufina. Chianti's wines and dishes unite in a perfect symphony of flavors, making each meal a sensory feast!
Join the festivities that showcase Chianti's love affair with wine. From time-honored wine festivals to intimate gatherings at local cellars, immerse yourself in the merriment that radiates the region's passionate spirit.
Delve into the past as you uncover the rich history of winemaking in Chianti. Passed down through generations, the winemaking traditions have stood the test of time, preserving the essence of the region's heritage.
Take a leisurely stroll through scenic vineyards in Tuscany. Experience more than just wine tastings – connect with passionate winemakers and discover the fascinating stories behind each bottle.
The Crown Jewel - Chianti Classico reigns supreme as the heart of the region. Crafted predominantly from Sangiovese grapes, this ruby-red elixir boasts enchanting aromas of red berries, violet, and subtle spices. The first sip reveals a harmonious balance of ripe fruits and vibrant acidity, embraced by velvety tannins. Aged to perfection, Chianti Classico embodies the very soul of Tuscany.
The Elegance in the East - Nestled in the eastern hills, with a higher elevation, the Chianti Rufina display a refined character, a symphony of cherries, blackberries, and a touch of herbal notes. Smooth and full-bodied, Rufina enchants with its persistent finish, a testament to the meticulous winemaking techniques.
The Rustic Charm - From the rolling hills of Siena comes Chianti Colli Senesi, a rustic yet delightful wine. Predominantly Sangiovese-based, it showcases wild berry aromas and a hint of Tuscan herbs. On the palate, experience a rustic embrace of flavors, with a touch of earthiness that exhibits a certain Tuscan trait.
The Hidden Gem - Straight from the Montalbano hills, this lesser-known Chianti gem exudes pure delight. With the Sangiovese grape at its core, the wine presents lively notes of cherry, plum, and floral hints. Medium-bodied and inviting, Chianti Montalbano is a treasure waiting to be discovered.
A Classy Upgrade - As the name suggests, Chianti Superiore represents a premium quality above the standard Chianti wines. With stricter production regulations, these wines undergo longer aging, resulting in a more robust and sophisticated character. Chianti Superiore showcases the best of the region's winemaking prowess, a delightful upgrade for the discerning palate.
The Florence Hills - Chianti Colli Fiorentini hails from the hills surrounding Florence, where the terroir infuses unique characteristics into the wine. Primarily Sangiovese-based, these wines often exhibit intense fruit flavors, floral aromas, and an elegant structure that reflects the region's cultural and artistic heritage.
Embracing Diversity - Situated in the western part of Chianti, Montespertoli produces wines that showcase a diverse array of terroirs. This diversity translates into a wide range of wine styles, each expressing a unique sense of place and identity. From lively and approachable to robust and age-worthy, Chianti Montespertoli captivates with its versatility.
An Elevated Expression - This distinguished wine is a step above the classic Chianti Classico. Crafted from carefully selected Sangiovese grapes and aged for a minimum of two years (including at least three months in the bottle), Chianti Classico Riserva boasts deeper complexity, offering intense fruit flavors, refined tannins, and a remarkable aging potential.
The timings for your Chianti wine tour may vary based on the particular experience you seek. Tour durations vary, from a few hours to full-day experiences. Usually the tours begin at morning or afternoon, unless you are opting for a evening winery tour or a dinner experience.
Best Time to Visit
The best time for a Chianti wine tour is during spring (April to June) and fall (September to October). Enjoy pleasant weather, lush vineyards, and the grape harvest season, making it perfect for exploring vineyards and savoring wines. However, Chianti wine tours are available throughout the year, so you can choose a time that aligns with your preferences and travel plans.
There are various options for Chianti wine tours, including guided, private, e-bike, and gastronomy-focused experiences.
Booking your Chianti wine tour is simple! Book online with authorized tour operators or contact us directly to reserve your spot.
On a Chianti wine tour, expect captivating vineyard visits, delightful wine tastings, and insights into Chianti's winemaking heritage.
You can choose between private or group wine tours based on your preferences. We have an array of experiences to suit your taste of ambiance.
Our wine tours are conducted in multiple languages for your convenience.
Absolutely! All our Chianti wine tours come with knowledgeable guides.
To secure your spot, it's best to book in advance, especially during peak seasons.
Our wine tours are available year-round, each season offering its unique charm.
Customize your experience by combining wine tours with other activities in the area, like e-bike tours, etc.
Even though it mostly depends on the particular type of ticket you have chosen, but mostly, yes, wine tastings are typically included in the tour price.
Not at all! Our tours are enjoyable for all wine enthusiasts, regardless of expertise.
Our wine tours are perfect for solo travelers or couples seeking a memorable experience.
You can cancel or reschedule your booking; check our flexible policies.
Yes, we provide refunds in case of bad weather or unforeseen circumstances. But it's advisable to check
Some tours include transportation, while others require personal arrangements.
Tour lengths vary, offering options for shorter or full-day experiences.
Some wineries and vineyards are wheelchair-accessible; please inquire about specific options.
Kindly refrain from bringing outside food or drinks.
Inform us of any health concerns to ensure a safe and enjoyable tour.
Chianti wines boast unique terroir, grape varieties, and a rich winemaking history that sets them apart from other regions.