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Private Chianti Classico Wine Tour from Florence

Private Wine Tour in Chianti from Florence
Duration 8 hours
Food and Wine Tours
No Sat. and Sun.

Spend the entire day seeing Chianti region after departing from Florence with your personal driver.
Discover the distinctive Tuscany Chianti scenery with its medieval hilltop villages, vineyard-covered hills, and rows of cypress and olive trees. Visit at least three wineries and experience the world-class Chianti wines.

Your Chianti wine tour begins in the morning when your private driver picks you up from your Florence hotel.

Reach the Tuscany Chianti region from Florence and you will be in the Chianti Valley when you are on the smooth sloping hills that span from Florence to Siena and are lined with lavish vineyards, olive groves, beautiful medieval villages, and distinctive farmhouses!

A stunning area in the center of Tuscany is home to more than 250 wineries that sell their products under their own labels.

The Black Rooster is used as the logo for all Chianti Classico wines from past 1924. It is related to the rivalry between Siena and Florence in the Middle Ages, according to an intriguing narrative.
According to legend, after years of violent fighting between the Republics of Florence and Siena for control of Chianti, it was decided to set the border with a very particular competition.
Two horsemen at cockcrow were to set out each from their own city and the border would be set at the point where they would meet.
The black rooster of the Florentines, which he had fasted, crowed first, then the white rooster of the Sienese, which had been well cared for.
So it was that the Florentine knight left early and arrived almost at the borders of Siena.

You will get the chance to sample Chianti wines produced in various terroirs by various grape varieties, soils, climates, and grape ripening on your Chianti Tour visiting three different wineries.

You will have time at leisure to visit at least two of the Chianti villages, such as Radda in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti, Castellina in Chianti, Greve in Chianti considered the capital of Florence's Chianti region.

An interesting experience for your lunch pause (payable locally) could be in the cozy village of Panzano in Chianti at the Osteria of Dario Cecchini one of the most famous butchers in the world.
Tour ends with the return in Florence at your hotel.


•    Pick up and drop off at your hotel in Florence
•    Driving excursion in the beautiful Chianti Region
•    Time to stroll at leisure in at least two medieval Chianti hilltop villages
•    Chianti wine tastings in at least 3 different wineries




8 hours

Departure Time:
Morning Tour
Pick up and drop off point:
At the lobby of your hotel in Florence

Price include:
Private Mercedes car (for your party from 1 to 2 persons)
Private Minivan (for your party from 3 to 6 persons)
Professional English speaking driver

Price does not include:
Gratuities (optional)
Meals and Beverage
Wine tastings

On Request:
Rates for more of 6 persons
Rates for winery visits




  • What kind of wine is Chianti?


Chianti is a type of red wine that originates from the Chianti region in Tuscany, Italy. It is one of Italy's most famous and iconic wines, known for its versatility, vibrant flavors, and food-friendly nature. Traditionally made primarily from Sangiovese grapes, Chianti can also include other grape varieties such as Canaiolo, Colorino, and Merlot, among others, depending on the specific regulations of the Chianti DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) appellation.

Chianti wines are typically characterized by their bright acidity, moderate tannins, and flavors of cherry, plum, and earthy undertones. The Sangiovese grape, which is the backbone of Chianti blends, contributes a distinct tartness and herbal notes, often described as reminiscent of dried herbs, tomato leaf, and leather.

There are several styles of Chianti, ranging from lighter, fruit-forward versions meant for early consumption to more complex and structured wines that benefit from aging. Within the Chianti region, there are also subzones, such as Chianti Classico, which is considered the heartland of Chianti production and is known for producing some of the highest quality wines in the region.

Chianti is incredibly versatile when it comes to food pairings, making it an excellent companion to a wide range of dishes, including pasta with tomato-based sauces, grilled meats, aged cheeses, and traditional Tuscan cuisine. Its acidity and moderate alcohol content help it cut through rich and fatty foods while complementing the flavors of many Italian dishes.

Overall, Chianti is celebrated not only for its rich history and cultural significance but also for its delicious flavors and its ability to enhance the dining experience in a variety of settings.

Kindly fill out the form below to obtain a quote for the indicated tour and given period and a vacation specialist will contact you to provide a complimentary quote.
But you'll also have the opportunity to submit any specific customization preferences, from tweaking the itinerary to adding unique experiences and we would be delighted to assist you in planning your ideal vacation to make your journey unique and unforgettable.


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