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Tenuta Casenuove - Winalist
Vertical Chianti Classico
Grand tour of the Casenuove estate
Instant booking Organic
Panzano in chianti 6 reviews 4.4

Tenuta Casenuove

Tenuta Casenuove is a wonderful Winery in the heart of Chianti Classico, expression of one of th...
Chianti Classico

From 25,00 €

Villa Travignoli - Winalist
Classic Travignoli
Special Travignoli
Chianti Rufina Experience
Special Old Vintage
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Pelago 6 reviews 4.8

Villa Travignoli

Travignoli's success and longevity marks it as one of the 150 most antique enterprises in It...

From 20,00 €

Le Cinciole - Winalist
Authentic Visit and Tasting at Cinciole
Panzano in chianti 5 reviews 4.3

Le Cinciole

Podere Le Cinciole is located in Panzano in Chianti, in the heart of the Chianti Classico. Its cu...
Chianti Classico

From 25,00 €

Castello Di Gabbiano  - Winalist
Classic Tour
Mercatale in val di pesa 2 reviews 5.0

Castello Di Gabbiano

The first historical information about Gabbiano dates back to the 11th century when the construct...
Chianti Classico

From 25,00 €

Tenuta Di Capezzana - Winalist
Cellar Wine Tour
Wine Tour Experience
Carmignano 2 reviews 5.0

Tenuta Di Capezzana

In Capezzana art, culture, oil and wines celebrated over the centuries make up an inimitable fres...

From 25,00 €

Castello Di Oliveto - Winalist
Simple tasting
Light Lunch tasting
Castelfiorentino 2 reviews 5.0

Castello Di Oliveto

The Oliveto Castle built in 1424 by the noble and prestigious Florentine Pucci family, is one of ...

From 22,00 €

Malenchini Wine Estate - Winalist
Escape to Chianti on the outskirts of Florence
Florence, Winemaker for a day with Tuscan lunch
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Bagno a ripoli 2 reviews 5.0

Malenchini Wine Estate

Owned by the Malenchini family since 1830, the Villa Medicea of Lilliano Wine Estate is a place r...
Chianti Chianti Superiore

From 40,00 €

Torre A Cona - Winalist
Complete tasting
Prestige tasting
Instant booking Sustainable
Rignano sull'arno 1 reviews 5.0

Torre A Cona

Torre a Cona is a winery located south-east of Florence, on the border between Chianti and Valdar...

From 32,00 €

Corte Di Valle Wine and Resort - Winalist
Wine tasting in Chianti
Undefined 1 reviews 5.0

Corte Di Valle Wine and Resort

In the heart of Chianti, a few kilometers from Florence, Corte di Valle produces fine wines and w...

From 23,00 €

Castello di Monterinaldi - Winalist
Wine and EVO oil tasting
Old's Cool Cooking, Tuscan cooking school
"Lento" Lunch at the Villa with guided tasting
Andantino (in jeep with driver)
Radda in chianti

Castello di Monterinaldi

Monterinaldi is located in an area inhabited since prehistoric times and permanently since the Et...
Chianti Classico Vin Santo

From 15,00 €

Tenuta La Novella - Winalist
Tasting Formula
Discovery tour
Greve in chianti

Tenuta La Novella

Tenuta la Novella is a winery with a history dating back to the 19th century. The estate has had ...
Chianti Classico

From 25,00 €

Diadema Winery - Winalist
Diadema Supertuscan Experience

Diadema Winery

Just 15 minutes from Florence... Vineyards, Tradition, Passion: this is Diadema. Dedicate yours...

From 35,00 €

Castello Sonnino - Winalist
Wine Tasting

Castello Sonnino

Castello Sonnino is a perfectly preserved historic wine estate overlooking the Chianti hills. Jus...

From 20,00 €

Fattoria Pagnana - Winalist
The Chianti of Pagnana, tradition and uniqueness
Wine Tour Experience - Tradition and New Ideas IGT
Localita' pagnana, 42, rignano sull'arno

Fattoria Pagnana

Pagnana is located just 15 km from Florence, among the gentle landscapes of the Chianti hills of ...

From 36,50 €

Firstglass - Winalist
Wine tasting in front of the Ponte Vecchio
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FirstGlass is a wine tasting shop in the heart of Florence. FirstGlass offers fine wines in an in...

From 40,00 €

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Take a wine trip to Florence, a city of unparalleled beauty and history located in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. From its stunning architecture to its world-renowned art collections, Florence is a cultural hub that attracts millions of visitors every year.

But did you know that Florence is also home to some of the finest wineries in Italy? A wonderful place to experience the best wine tours and tastings in Tuscany. The surrounding countryside is dotted with vineyards, producing some of the most exquisite wines in the world. Florence is particularly famous for its Chianti Classico, a bold and fruity red wine that is beloved by wine enthusiasts all over the globe.

When visiting Florence, take the time to explore the beautiful wineries and vineyards that surround the city. You'll have the opportunity to taste some of the region's finest wines, including Sangiovese, Brunello, and Vernaccia. Whether you're a seasoned wine aficionado or a casual enthusiast, you won't want to miss the chance to sample the world-class wines that Florence has to offer.

So come and experience the magic of Florence for yourself, and don't forget to raise a glass of Chianti to this stunning city and its rich history and culture.

About Florence

History / Culture:

Florence, or Firenze in Italian, is a city with a rich history and culture that has made it one of the most popular destinations in Italy. Located in the heart of Tuscany, Florence is known for its Renaissance art and architecture, including famous works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, and Leonardo da Vinci. In terms of culture, Florence is home to some of the world's most famous museums and art galleries, including the Uffizi Gallery and the Accademia Gallery, which house many of the city's most iconic artworks. The city also hosts numerous festivals and events throughout the year, including the famous Calcio Storico, a historic football match that takes place every year in June.

What the city is known for:

The city is also known for its food, fashion, and of course, wine. Florence is the birthplace of the Italian fashion industry and is home to many high-end fashion designers. Its food scene is equally impressive, with delicious Tuscan cuisine that features local ingredients such as truffles, olives, and of course, Chianti wine.


The weather in Florence is generally mild, with hot summers and cool winters. The best time to visit is in the spring or fall, when temperatures are mild and the crowds are smaller.

Travel / Getting around:

Getting around Florence is easy thanks to its compact size and efficient public transportation system. The city is pedestrian-friendly, and many of the main sights can be easily reached on foot. Buses and taxis are also available, as well as bike rentals for those who prefer to explore on two wheels.

Florence What to expect while tasting wine in Florence?

The wines of Florence, and Tuscany in general, are known for their high quality and unique flavor profiles. The region's warm and sunny climate, combined with the hilly terrain and rich soil, provide ideal conditions for grape growing and wine production.

The most widely planted grape variety in Florence and throughout Tuscany is Sangiovese, which is used to make many of the region's most famous wines, including Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. Sangiovese is a red grape that produces a wine with high acidity and tannins, as well as flavors of cherry, strawberry, and plum.

In addition to Sangiovese, other red grape varieties used in Florence and Tuscan wine production include Canaiolo, Colorino, and Cabernet Sauvignon. These grapes are often blended with Sangiovese to add complexity and depth to the wine.

For white wines, the most common grape variety is Vernaccia, which is used to produce Vernaccia di San Gimignano, a crisp and refreshing white wine with floral and citrus notes. Other white grape varieties used in Tuscany include Trebbiano, Malvasia, and Chardonnay

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What you need to know before visiting Florence

Which wineries in Florence are open today?
To discover the wine estates, cellars and castles open today in Florence and the surrounding area, click here.
What are the best wineries to visit in Florence?
The most popular wineries to visit in Florence are: Best wineries near Florence.
Can I visit a winery as a group in Florence?
Here are the wine estates in Florence that can accommodate groups of 8 people or more: View all wine tours and tastings in Florence.
What are the best wineries for families in Florence?
The wine estates that offer the best tours and tastings for families are: View all wineries in Florence.
What is the best time to visit Florence?

The best time to visit Florence is in the spring (April-June) or fall (September-November) when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller.

What are some must-see attractions in Florence?

Some must-see attractions in Florence include the Uffizi Gallery, the Duomo, the Ponte Vecchio, and the Palazzo Pitti.

What is the best way to get around Florence?

The best way to get around Florence is on foot, as the city center is pedestrian-friendly. However, buses, taxis, and bike rentals are also available.

What is the local cuisine like in Florence?

The local cuisine in Florence is known for its simplicity and use of fresh, high-quality ingredients. Some must-try dishes include bistecca alla Fiorentina (Florentine-style steak), ribollita (a hearty vegetable soup), and pappa al pomodoro (a tomato and bread soup).

What is the weather like in Florence?

The weather in Florence is generally mild, with hot summers and cool winters. The average temperature in the summer is around 27°C (81°F), while the average temperature in the winter is around 7°C (45°F).

What are some popular day trips from Florence?

Popular day trips from Florence include the Chianti wine region, Siena, Pisa, and the Tuscan coast.

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