2 Chianti Vineyards to Visit on Tuscan Wine Tours

  Chianti, also known as the Colline del Chianti, is a region within Tuscany that lies between the cities of Florence and Siena. Tuscany is often cited as one of the most beautiful regions of Italy and this is undoubtedly the most scenic part of Tuscany, making it the very best of the best in Italy. Indeed, it is this area’s rolling hills and grand villas that form the image of Tuscany in the popular imagination. Chianti vineyards Along with the stunning scenery, it is renowned all over the world as a winegrowing region, producing its famous namesake wine and the Chianti Classico. Many of the Chianti vineyards are recognised by the prestigious DOC or DOCG marks, making it the perfect setting for a day wine tour. By booking a wine tour, you will be able to visit several excellent wine producers. This article will share highlights of two must-visit Chianti vineyards. Villa Le Corti The Villa Le Corti wine estate has been in the family of Prince Duccio Corsini since 1363. It is located wi

5 Red Wines to Taste on a Tuscan Wine Tour

  Tuscany, or Toscana, is perhaps the most iconic region of Italy. With magnificent Florence as its capital, it is a region of medieval hill towns, like Siena, Lucca and San Gimignano, and rolling sunburned hills. Even with all the exquisite art and culture of Tuscany, one of its greatest treasures can be found growing on those hillsides, in vineyards fringed by the graceful rows of cypress trees, gently swaying in the Tuscan breeze. As one of the world’s premier wine-growing regions, Tuscany’s vineyards are particularly renowned for dry red wines produced from the Sangiovese variety of grapes. These include the famous Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and, of course, Chianti wines. While Sangiovese accounts for 85% of all red wine produced in Tuscany, Tuscan white wines are primarily made from the Trebbiano, or Ugni Blanc, variety. Its vineyards are not only highly favoured by tourists on Tuscan wine tours from Florence, but also by connoisseurs and the wine establi

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