Wine tours of Chianti ★★

The hamlet and its vines, Wine tours of Chianti, Chianti, Italy (Photo courtesy of Volpaia)
The hamlet and its vines, Castello di Volpaia, Chianti

Guided wine tastings, escorted winery tours, and vineyard visits near Chianti

Whether its a guided tasting in a cellar or a visit to the vineyards of TK, you can learn so much more about Italian wines with an escorted wine tour.

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Morning mist (Photo by Olaf Schumacher)

Italy's most famous wine region fills the tall hills between Florence and Siena

 
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Villa Vignamaggio
Florentine Chianti

Historic villa where the Mona Lisa was born, "Much Ado about Nothing" was filmed, and great wines are made

 
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Monsanto
Sienese Chianti

A wonderful winery—one of the first run by a woman—with excellent Chiantis and Etruscan-style cellars

 
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Castello di Verrazzano
Florentine Chianti

A Chianti castle whose family produced one of the great early explorers of the American coastline

 
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Castello di Brolio
Sienese Chianti

The castle that invented Chianti Classico

 
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Greve
Florentine Chianti

This market town with a lovely piazza is the unofficial capital of the Chianti

 
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The hamlet and its vines (Photo courtesy of Volpaia)
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Volpaia
Sienese Chianti

A first-rank Chianti wine estate with a medieval stone heart

 
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Castello di Meleto
Sienese Chianti

A medieval castle turned winery and hotel

 
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The hamlet and its vineyards (Photo courtesy of the Castello di Ama)
Castello di Ama
Sienese Chianti

Velvety, oaky wines at a French-style winery inside a medieval Tuscan village

 
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Badia a Passignano
Florentine Chianti

A postcard-perfect Renaissance monastery surrounded by a high-end wine estate

 
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The town atop its vineyards (Photo by NH53)
Castellina
Sienese Chianti

This ancient Etruscan town has a wonderful medieval feel, Etruscan artifacts, and some great wine shops

 
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Fonterutoli
Sienese Chianti

An historic Chianti wine estate in the same family for more than 600 years

 
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This Renaissance castle is a listed national monument (Photo courtesy of the property)
Vicchiomaggio
Florentine Chianti

This ancient Chianti castle is a British-own wine estate, hotel, and restaurant

 
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Radda in Chianti
Sienese Chianti

One of the three medieval towns in the original Lega del Chianti and still an important wine center

 
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The Villa Strozzi Sonnino and the Villa Vistarenni vines (Photo courtesy of the vineyard)
Vistarenni
Sienese Chianti

A vineyard spilling steeply downhill from a gorgeous 18C villa that also rents rooms

 
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Gaiole
Sienese Chianti

A market town and ancient member of the Lega del Chianti with some nice wine shops

 
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Nemi, in the Castelli Romani of the Alban Hills (Photo by mout1234)

Just south of Rome, in the Alban Hills, lies a string of hilltowns, villages, and vineyards called the Castelli Romani

 
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The Magnolia apartment sleeps 5 (Photo courtesy of the property)
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Badia a Coltibuono
Sienese Chianti

Rooms and apartments (sleeping 3–7) in a gorgeous 12C monastery now home to a famed cooking school, restaurant, and winery

 
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The castle and its pool (Photo courtesy of the property)
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Rocca Di Castagnoli
Sienese Chianti

A winery agriturismo with 6 rooms and 7 apartments in a fortified medieval village near Gaiole in Chianti

 
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Pick the Chianti My-Brother-In-Law, last-year's vintage

 
Enoteca Baldi
Florentine Chianti

A wine bar in Panzano

 
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In vino veritas—the wines of Italy

 
The vineyards (Photo courtesy of the property)

A story of what it means to be a vintner in Italy today

 

How do you define "Chianti Classico"

 
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Vines at the Villa Vistarenni, just outside Gaiole in Chianti (Photo courtesy of the vineyard)

Visit the vineyards of the Chianti and tour its wine cellars

 
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Food and wine tours, cooking classes, and other culinary experiences in Italy

 
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The abbey (Photo courtesy of the Badia)
Badia a Coltibuono
Sienese Chianti

A beautifully isolated monastery turned wine estate and renowned cooking school

 

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Castello di Meleto
Sienese Chianti

A medieval castle turned winery and hotel

 
A cassoulet (Photo by stu_spivack)

How traditional meals play out in Italy

 
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Sampling cheeses on a food tour (Photo )
Food tours
Chianti

Gourmet and foodie tours, market walks, and culinary seminars in Chianti

 
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Macelleria Falorni
Florentine Chianti

One of Italy’s most famous butchers

 
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Antica Macelleria Cecchini
Florentine Chianti

One of the world's most famous butcher shops

 
 (Photo by Neville Nel)

In vino veritas—the wines of Italy

 
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Food and wine tours, cooking classes, and other culinary experiences in Italy

 
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Italian cooking class (Photo )

Learn to cook Italian cuisine in the Chianti

 
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The abbey (Photo courtesy of the Badia)
Badia a Coltibuono
Sienese Chianti

A beautifully isolated monastery turned wine estate and renowned cooking school

 
 

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