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Inside Santa Maria Novella Train Station, Florence - In front of the pharmacy with the green cross
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Get away from the hustle and bustle of busy Florence and enjoy an enchanting evening in one of the oldest winemaking areas in the world. Our Tuscany Vineyard tour with dinner offers you the best of Chianti region.
When you arrive at the quaint Tuscan estate, you will be given a wine glass to carry along the tour of the farm’s wineries. So, you will be able to enjoy tasting a selection of the ruby-red Chianti wines. Next comes the visit of the estate’s historic chapel. Finally, the group will head for dinner, the main event of the evening. Every dish you taste will be prepared from fresh local products, the results of hard work of local farmers whose families lived here for centuries.
Tuscany is not just about glorious history and masterpieces from the Renaissance period. Its qualities are capable of seducing all our sense. Purchasing Tuscany Vineyard tour with us means signing up for an intimate, enchanting evening perfect for contemplating aromas and tastes born in the Tuscan countryside.
We chose the dinner location to pamper you with coziness and luxury. In the soft light of candles and torches, subtle sounds of the earth, vineyards, and music will accompany your gastronomic experience. What's more, you will savor Pappa al Pomodoro or Ribollita, both authentic dishes, as well as a meat barbecue and fresh seasonal vegetables.
A lavish dinner in a Chianti vineyard is one of the most lucrative Chianti tours from Florence out there. It will be hard to say goodbye to the comforting fragrances of the grapevines and chiseling barbecue. Not to mention, the strangely compelling rural scenery of the estate will be the perfect frame for your experience.
The area today known as Tuscany used to be the homeland of the advanced Etruscan civilization. In 351 BC, Rome took power over the city and added it to its empire. After the fall of Roman Empire and a range of conquering rulers, Tuscany emerged as a political entity with its own kings.
Actually, the region did so well that the fastest growing Tuscan cities slowly gained their independence and created independent republics. By the late Middle Ages, Siena, Arezzo, Lucca, Pisa, Pistoia, and Florence became prospering farming, trade, and economic hubs. Step by step, Florence gained power over the other cities within the region and enjoyed a long period of wealth.
The Chianti area and its wine have the same roots. In fact, Chianti was a name of the wine before becoming the official name of the land. During Middle Ages, three villages (Gaiole, Radda, and Castellina) created so-called Lega del Chianti (League of Chianti). This area later became the spiritual core of Chianti, its wine became a staple of Tuscany.
Today, only a few wineries have the privilege of stapling their wines Chianti. Every one of them, no matter how big or small, has its special recipe. However, the recipe has to fulfill the strict quality regulations of DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita).
Still hesitating? You really shouldn’t! Scrumptious local dinner on a vineyard estate is not an everyday occurrence. Let yourself relax, book our sense-triggering Tuscany Vineyard tour with dinner today!