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Winery Tour in Tuscany

Florence, Italy
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lkysocal wrote a review May 2019
San Diego, California5 contributions
This is a must do tour!!!! Veronica, our tour guide, took us on a journey of history and culture that, combined with the beautiful Tuscan landscape, makes for an amazing and relaxing outing. Once at the vineyards her knowledge on the process of producing the wine and the description of each wine was, simply put, just great. This tour was worth every penny!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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SMehta7 wrote a review Oct 2015
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India21 contributions6 helpful votes
Great wine and olive oil. The sommelier was good and clear and answered all the questions without a fuss!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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babcme wrote a review May 2015
Lansdale, Pennsylvania310 contributions108 helpful votes
Our tour guide, a 5th generation winemaker was outstanding. I never had any idea what went into making wine. Our guide, a bio chemist educated in CA, had a true passion for his craft. The tour began in the vineyard and then we walked through the winery as Maurizio Colia explained the wine making process to us. We then had a 5 star lunch with 5 selections of wine in a beautiful café setting with white table linens and a white gloved staff. The food was amazing, service outstanding and the wine selections superb as well. This is a “must do” when in Florence. The countryside and vineyards are beautiful. Check out www.tuscanywineeducation.com if you want to contact the wineary directly.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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CinderinaMaryland wrote a review Jan 2015
Fresno, California67 contributions39 helpful votes
Our afternoon was slated for a winery tour. So, at 2:30, we boarded a bus to the Chianti region. Our tour guide was fluent in 4 languages (English, Italian, French and Spanish) and proceeded to inform us of the day’s activities as well as give us some background on the region as we made our way out of the city and into Tuscany. We traveled from Florence toward Sienna to the Chianti region. We first stopped at a lovely little hillside town called Greve in Chianti, with shops lined with prosciutto, cheeses, breads, wine and beer. We then drove another ½ hour to the first of 2 wineries, Panzanello, a larger commercial winery. The views as we climbed up the hillside were absolutely gorgeous… just what you’d expect Tuscany to look like! It was exactly as I’d pictured it in my mind and remembered from movies; rolling hills with rows and rows of vines and large olive groves. We toured the vat and cask areas and learned a bit about wine-making. We took pictures of the beautiful scenery and then headed to our next stop, a small family-owned winery, Riseccoli. The vines were still full of grapes, as the wet Summer had pushed the harvest back by a couple of weeks. We were able to sample the grapes… SO sweet! This vineyard was more quaint than the first, and felt homey. Again, we were given a tour and sampled the wines. We boarded the bus and headed back to Florence, arriving around 8:30pm. This was the quintessential Tuscan tour for me! Walking among the grape vines and olive groves and sampling the wines! It was a terrific way to spend our afternoon/evening and worth the reasonable price!
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Date of experience: September 2014
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prasan68 wrote a review Jun 2014
Kolkata (Calcutta), India533 contributions187 helpful votes
We were taken to three wineries. All our hosts were very good particularly the last one. We tasted beautiful wines, saw the lovely Italian Countryside. Bought a couple of bottles of wine and the virgin olive oil and the balsamic vinegar.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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