Tuscany, besides being famous for its towns which are rich in artwork, monuments and architecture, is also famous for its secular traditions handed down from generation to generation, for its pristine landscapes and for its typical products, truffle oil and especially wine.
Thanks to the skills of farmers and winemakers, this land has given thousands of years of traditional products of a very high quality that have become famous worldwide for its tastes and smells.
Historically Tuscany is a land of wine. Of the 350 vines in Italy about 40 indigenous varieties are present in Tuscany, from the heart of the Chianti Classico tradition near Florence to the coast of Bolgheri and Montescudaio.
From the heart of the tradition in Chianti near Florence to the coast with the “supertuscans”, born in the 70s of the last century with the introduction of grapes of the Bordeaux varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot in the preparation of Chianti thus creating "new" flavours which immediately became famous for their body combined with a unique taste in the world.
Inland Tuscany is a succession of unique landscapes, characterized by a myriad of hills of olive groves, wheat fields and rows of vines, which create a succession of colours brightening the view of the beholder.
The small scattered villages are often located on top of the hills, farmhouses and churches with characteristic small bell towers paint this beautiful area often chosen for photo shoots or television advertising.
The landscapes are so fascinating and detailed that, after being photographed they are often reproduced in postcards and calendars.
Tuscan wines are known and exported all over the world. Connoisseurs and enthusiasts tour the area to discover wine cellars and vineyards.
The wine can be drunk by itself, but when it’s accompanied by local products the flavours and the typical aromas of these famous wines are enhanced.
Tasting "prestigious labels”, savouring the excellent vintage wines, or discovering new blends, combined with other typical local products such as cheese or salami to delight the taste of the palate.
It’s a unique experience that only Tuscany can offer and we highly recommend that you try and take the memory, smells and the typical taste of Tuscany with you.
The wine tastings are generally proposed by Wine bars, farms and even directly from wineries which allow you to visit the wine cellars where the wines are produced or by hiking directly through the vineyards on the hills, all illustrated and explained by the winemakers or by the farms themselves. Some farms or businesses require reservations for the tasting or tours, while for others you can simply show up directly in the cantina. We are always at your disposal to help you with any requests.
Once the area, or the wine of interest, has been decided upon we will take you directly into the cellars to taste, and let yourselves be captured by these products and by these wonderful places.
We are at your disposal to take you on a daytrip full of taste and tradition. We know how much time is needed and we can help you choose the right tour for you.
Among the most interesting tours we propose are the areas of Chianti near Florence, Vinci in Castellina and Greve in Chianti or the Siena area from San Gimignano to Montepulciano, or even the Bolgheri Montescudaio coastal area on the border of the provinces of Pisa and Livorno.
The towns and places to see are many and for all tastes, Tuscany has no secrets for us!
We will take you to discover the most characteristic places so that you can enjoy the beauty that this land has to offer.
Our fleet of Mercedes-Benz Class vans can comfortably seat up to 8 passengers. Please contact us via e-mail by filling out the form here below for the most advantageous offer made on the basis of your specific needs.
We will try to fulfil your every request and will advise on the best tour for your needs and taste.