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Chianti Half-Day Wine Tour from Florence

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  • Taste up to 10 different wines at two different wineries on this Chianti tour
  • Learn winemaking secrets you wouldn’t hear about on your own
  • Visit the medieval villages of Greve and Castellina
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Chianti Half-Day Wine Tour from Florence
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Chianti Half-day Wine Tour
Chianti Region Wine Tasting Half-Day Trip from Florence. Language availability: - English and Spanish all year round. - French, German and Italian from April to October
From US$51.55
Overview
Leave the driving to someone else while enjoying Tuscany’s famous wine on this Chianti tour from Florence. Get a comprehensive introduction to the region’s wine by visiting two different wine estates and medieval village. Your guide takes you past picturesque Tuscan countryside to wine estates in Chianti Fiorentino and Chianti Classico to taste local wine and food. The tour includes time to explore the winery cellars, and the villages themselves.
What to Expect
Get picked up in central Florence to head to the Tuscan countryside. Pass by picturesque olive groves, vineyards, and rolling hills on the way to the Chianti Fiorentino region.

Stop at a distinguished wine estate for a tour. Learn about winemaking secrets and traditions, including how the grapes are crushed and the wine is matured and bottled. Enjoy a tasting of Chianti, dessert wine, or a prominent white wine.

Then, head to Greve, a medieval village where one of the region’s most important wine festivals is held. Explore the village’s central piazza and artisan shops.

Your next stop is a family-run winery in the Sienese area of Chianti Classico. Take a guided tour of the cellar and taste wine and local products in the garden.

Stop at Castellina, a hilltop village with a large fortress and Etruscan ruins. Explore the village’s medieval streets and square before heading back to Florence.
Reviews (1,689)
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Nice scenery, lots of fun

We visited two wineries for wine-tastings, stopped briefly in the picturesque small town of Greve in Chianti, and enjoyed a scenic bus ride through the Chianti wine region of Tuscany. The trip is listed as a half-day, but actually lasted about 6 hours start to...More

Thank FishBob49
Reviewed 1 week ago
FUN FUN FUN

What a great time my Husband and I had on this tour. Our guide Freddy was wonderful. He talked and told us wonderful information about wine, grapes and general knowledge about Italy and Tuscany. We sampled the best balsamic vinegar I've ever had and my...More

Thank Escape43844
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Chianti half day tour

We attended this tour earlier this week, l booked it on my phone and the entire process worked well. The tour was facilitated by Helena and bus driving by Claudio. The whole experience was fantastic and just what we needed, Helena did a brilliant job...More

Thank simontP7863NF
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Highly recommended!

The tour guide was quite knowledgeable and gave a history lesson along the way. The two wineries that we visited were great. My wife and I are not big fans of Tuscan wine, but the overall experience was fantastic... food, landscape, history, quaint towns.

Thank DavidB11995
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing tour of Chianti wine region!

We loved the opportunity to see the beautiful countryside south of Florence and to visit two wineries and two towns away from the crowds of the city. The bus trip was very comfortable, the bus guide was quite knowledgeable. The wineries and people there were...More

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Getaway618125
26 September 2018|
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Response from CrisKGardenCity_NY | Reviewed this property |
It begins near the main train terminal by the bus depot in the back. There is a ramp that takes or a taxi can leave you there. Brochure tells you where. But you need tickets ahead of time.
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Dream300608
21 September 2018|
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Response from CrisKGardenCity_NY | Reviewed this property |
I would think very far. Probably a 5 hour drive? The Chianti region is just under Florence and you will be in Naples which is in the southern part of the country. You may want to do a tour closer to the area of Italy you are... More
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