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Few wine regions have the instant name recognition of Tuscany’s Chianti, first legally defined in 1716 (but recognized as a wine region as early as ...

Few wine regions have the instant name recognition of Tuscany’s Chianti, first legally defined in 1716 (but recognized as a wine region as early as ...

Wine Tasting and Winery Visiting Tips - Chianti, Italy

Wine Tasting and Winery Visiting Tips - Chianti, Italy

The best way to see and experience Chianti Classico wineries in Tuscany is on a self-guided wine tour.

The best way to see and experience Chianti Classico wineries in Tuscany is on a self-guided wine tour.

While you’re in the Chianti region, stop by this small, family-run winery in the medieval village of Montefioralle, near Greve. Unlike Barone Ricasoli, this winery produces only 10,000 bottles of wine a year (it’s one of the smallest wineries among the Chianti classico producers) but that’s where its charm lies. A member of the Sieni family, who own the winery, will personally take you on a tour through the vineyards and cellars, followed by a tasting of all six wines produced. Vintner’s…

While you’re in the Chianti region, stop by this small, family-run winery in the medieval village of Montefioralle, near Greve. Unlike Barone Ricasoli, this winery produces only 10,000 bottles of wine a year (it’s one of the smallest wineries among the Chianti classico producers) but that’s where its charm lies. A member of the Sieni family, who own the winery, will personally take you on a tour through the vineyards and cellars, followed by a tasting of all six wines produced. Vintner’s…