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Thumbnail Tuscany & Venice Wine Holiday - 8 days & 7 nights
Sesto Fiorentino, Florence (Val d'Orcia)
8 Days
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum Not Specified
From €4,523.40
“Visit iconic Italian destinations and immerse yourself in authentic experiences in three stunning locations: Florence, San Gimignano, Venice”
Thumbnail Piemonte & Tuscany Wine Holiday - 8 days & 7 nights
Somma Lombardo, Varese (Langhe, Chianti, Food Valley, Barolo)
8 Days
Participants: Minimum 1, Maximum Not Specified
From €3,913.90
“Visit iconic Italian destinations and immerse yourself in authentic experiences between Langhe, Florence, Chianti and Bologna”
Thumbnail Harvest Experience at Poggio alla Rocca in Maremma
Civitella-Paganico, Grosseto (Maremma)
5 Days
Participants: Minimum 4, Maximum 6
From €1,000.00
“Participate in the grape harvest together with the team of Poggio alla Rocca during this unforgettable 5-day experience!”
Thumbnail Villa Certano Sleep & Wine experience
Siena City, Siena
2 Days
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 35
From €149.00
“A stay in a traditional contest in the chianti hills around Siena where guests will have the possibility to taste locally produced wines”

More information on Tuscany

Nestled amidst rolling hills and picturesque landscapes, Tuscany is a region in central Italy renowned for its rich history, artistic heritage, and, of course, its exceptional wines. Its picturesque vineyards and ancient olive groves have nurtured the region's winemaking tradition for centuries, giving rise to some of the world's most renowned wines, such as the Sangiovese-based Chianti Classico and the Brunello di Montalcino.

As you embark on your wine tourism journey in Tuscany, you'll discover a captivating tapestry of experiences that cater to every level of wine enthusiast, from grand estates hosting elaborate wine tastings to family-run wineries offering intimate and personalized tours.

Tuscany's wine tourism scene is as diverse as its wines themselves, offering a myriad of opportunities to immerse yourself in the art of winemaking and experience the region's unique terroir. Embark on guided tours of renowned wineries, where you'll delve into the intricate details of grape cultivation, winemaking techniques, and the art of aging wines. Witness the transformation of grapes into exquisite nectars in ancient cellars, and engage in lively conversations with knowledgeable winemakers who share their passion for their craft.

Experience the thrill of barrel sampling, where you'll have the chance to taste wines in various stages of their development, gaining a deeper understanding of the winemaking process. Visit local markets and specialty stores to discover local food pairings, and savor the region's culinary specialties, such as the hearty bistecca alla Fiorentina, perfectly grilled T-bone steak.

Which food to taste in Tuscany?

Tuscan cuisine is rooted in simplicity and fresh, local ingredients, seamlessly complementing the region's wines. Savor hearty meals featuring grilled meats, Pecorino Toscano cheese, and hearty bread, all washed down with a selection of local wines. Indulge in the region's famed Bistecca alla Fiorentina, a succulent T-bone steak prepared to perfection, and pair it with a glass of Brunello di Montalcino for an unforgettable pairing experience.

Which wines to taste in Tuscany?

At the heart of Tuscany's winemaking heritage lies a selection of exceptional grape varieties that impart unique characteristics to the region's wines. Sangiovese, the signature grape of Chianti Classico, is a versatile variety that produces wines ranging from approachable reds to complex and age-worthy expressions. Canaiolo, another key player in Chianti Classico, contributes structure and acidity to the blend. Malvasia Bianca, a white grape variety, adds sweetness and aromatic complexity to Tuscan wines.

Which is the best season to visit Tuscany?

Tuscany's wine tourism offers a delightful experience throughout the year, with each season offering its own unique charm. Springtime brings a burst of colors and lively festivals as vineyards awaken from winter's slumber. Summer offers balmy days basking in sunshine and evenings serenaded by cicadas, perfect for outdoor wine tastings and leisurely vineyard strolls. Autumn paints the hillsides with hues of gold and crimson, while the air fills with the intoxicating aroma of ripe grapes. Winter's crisp air and snow-kissed vineyards create a romantic backdrop for cozy wine cellar visits and intimate tastings.

What things to do in Tuscany?

Beyond Tuscany's wine country, the region offers a wealth of attractions that will captivate your senses. Immerse yourself in the region's rich history by visiting medieval hilltop towns like San Gimignano and Siena, or wander through the Renaissance masterpieces of Florence, a city renowned for its art and architecture.

Explore the picturesque towns of Val d'Orcia, where rolling hills and vineyards provide a stunning backdrop for leisurely strolls and picnics. For a taste of Tuscany's seaside charm, visit the coastal towns of Bolgheri and Porto Ercole, where you can enjoy fresh seafood paired with local wines.