“ San Gregorio is a Farm of about 120 hectares, that since 1956 produces Chianti Colli Senesi DOCG! ”
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Here is what you will live

San Gregorio is a family run conventional Wine Estate in the south Tuscany, producing Chianti. Here you will taste the true flavor of the local rural culture. While the winery tour you will visit several spots in the vineyards and tour the cellar while your local guide explains you the history, the tradition of the Estate and the rules of the DOCG disciplinary production.

You will taste some of the estate’s most representative wines matched with some local food. You will learn how to correctly taste wine and match it with food. This will be an unforgettable experience.

How to reach us

Località San Gregorio Chiusi 53043 Siena - It is easy to reach San Gregorio by car: it is in fact just 1000 meters far from the A1 Highway Chiusi Chianciano exit
At the A1 Highway exit follow the sign towards Chianciano Terme and drive further for about two hundred meters. On your right side, you will see the turn sign to Azienda Agraria San Gregorio. At the end of the white road, you will find the Winery and the Agriturismo
San Gregorio is also just few kilometers far from the train station in Chiusi and from the international airports of Perugia, Firenze, Fiumicino e Pisa.

Booking Policy & Details

The tour can be done in italian, english and german
Maximum 15 pax

How much does it costs?

14 € per person


  • Winery Tour
  • Wine Tasting with 3 wines and local products!

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