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An excellent guide and tour.Because our group was fifty people it was too large to move swiftly and it meant along time serving dinner. There was no dessert, only biscotti which was a disappointment considering the cost.We arrived back in Florence after eleven PM.The driver of the bus was excellent in tight roads on the way to Chianti Country and exiting the vineyard.A very pleasant evening but the size of the group was too many.
AMAZING!!! The trip to the farm was the highlight of our trip to Florence--Carlo's passion was palatable and shined through in his food and wine. This trip is well worth the cost and I highly, highly recommend it!
We would definitely recommend this tour. It was fantastic and organised very well. Big thanks for our tour guides they were fantastic, driver was lovely too.
We loved the wine and Sienna. The only thing that was missing is they said desert would be tiramisu, but we only got a shot of really strong clear grape drink and some plain biscuits. Other than that A+++
Jasmine and Ross
Awesome tour! Really nice guide and the dinner at the vineyard was just soooo delicious!
This tour was a joke and a blatant tourist scam. First, the tour guide giving commentary could not speak comprehensible English. I learned nothing of value because most of what she said I could not understand. Everyone else said the same thing. Although there were 3 other tour guides on the trip (all of whom could speak much better English), none attempted to assist her or clarify any of her commentary. They seemed to think they were there to observe and (probably the main reason) to get free dinner and wine. Second, after we arrived in Sienna, we were hustled to the main piazza and given only 80 minutes of "free time" without any map or clear directions on how to get to any of the historical attractions. After purchasing my own map, I managed to find the cathedral (which requires paid admission), but was "mistakenly" sold a more expensive ticket for the hospital museum across the way by the ticket booth attendant that handled the entrance tickets to both. After I was denied entrance to the cathedral because I had the wrong ticket, I returned to the ticket booth but was refused an exchange for reasons I could not understand. Some rudimentary instructions from one of the 4 guides on the tour would have prevented this. Third, the wine-tasting and "dinner" in Chianti turned out to be a hard-sell marketing pitch to get the tour participants to purchase the private winery's products. Although the wine admittedly was very good, the accompanying food was in very small portions that were insufficient for the average male (and also some of the females). The tour guides took pains to excuse the unprofessional nature of their tour by stating the tour was in the experimental stage. If so, we should all have received at least partial refunds for having to act as their test guinea pigs.