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Volpaia is a beautiful little city, and their website was inviting. But when we finally got there, we could not leave fast enough. We came to buy the olive oil, and there is a small shop at the main square. But when we finally managed...More
Fabulous place to visit that provides a magical setting in Chianti while tasting delicious wines. We buy this wine for friends at home, as a reminder of the fabulous day we had sipping wine and lunching in a tranquil setting.
I am looking all the times for hidden gems in Chianti to send my clients and friends. I choose places where the quality is exceptional and where the staff is friendly. Unfortunately this place is not for me and will not return. Try to avoid...More
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Agriturismo V, Responsible of welcome at Castello di Volpaia, responded to this reviewResponded 23 May 2018
I am very sorry for your unfriendly welcome to Volpaia. To help the next visitor please let me know where you received such a bad experience, this will help us very much. Please trust us and come back again. Castello di Volpaia
My wife and I visited Castello di Volpaia on the recommendation of the owner of the place we were staying in Tuscany. I emailed ahead and booked a tour and tasting. They got back to me right away. The tour was really interesting and the...More
A quite wonderful winery in an idyllic Tuscan hilltop village. The winery has evolved within a whole range of buildings within the village and takes full advantage of the sloped terrain. An excellent tasting paired with excellent fare made this an ideal end to our...More
Six or seven years ago, we came to Castello di Volpaia and took the cooking class with Giovanna Stianti, the owner of the town. It was so much fun. This year, we were in Tuscany vacationing with family and there were 13 of us. We...More
The winery operates within the walls of the 11th century Castello di Volpaia, a fortified village of medieval origin. A visit here is like a step back into another time! Volpaia is located just 15 minutes north of Radda in the Chianti region, up winding...More
We voted this winery in Radda. I was not well advertised and we would not have learned of it without asking at our hotel. This winery is a little hard to dine but well worth the drive. You must book ahead for a tour. Had...More
It's a bit of a trek up into the hills above Radda (nothing wrong with that) but to then get there and be told:
You have to book
You can only book on the phone (Monday to Friday)
As a couple you'll only get on...More