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Florence to Greve in Chianti Tour with Wine Tasting Experience

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Firenze, Italy
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Experience the famous beauty and flavor of Italy’s Chianti wine region on this half-day tour from Florence. Travel through the rolling hills and vineyards of the Tuscan countryside, stopping at two estate wineries to taste authentic Chianti wines and snack on regional specialties like bruschetta and cheese. Visit the picturesque village of Greve for a sense of true country life, and enjoy leisure time to explore the winding medieval streets and artisan shops.
  • Half-day Chianti wine experience from Florence
  • Travel through the rolling hills and historic vineyards of the Tuscan countryside
  • Tour two wineries to taste excellent Chianti wine and Tuscan finger food
  • Meet winemakers and learn about traditional production methods
  • Visit the charming medieval village of Greve

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Great wine!
Safari51869258043
, Oct 2019
We sampled great wine on this tour! We traveled on a rainy day and this was a perfect way to spend the day. We did get back very late due to several other car accidents causing a lot of traffic (obviously out of the control of our guide/driver). I'm not sure if accidents happen frequently on the route, but it may be something worth considering if you need to be back at a certain time
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Good times!
mhuynhba
, Oct 2019
Constantino (tour guide) and Frankie (bus driver) were great on our adventure. Would have like more history and information on the way there but what they did provide was important to know. We did make a quick pit stop to teh American cemertery of WWII which was wonderful to see. (would have been cool to get out and see rather than from the bus, but I understand we were on a schedule and it wasn't part of the tour just a bonus piece but thanks Frankie!) The first winery the person we met was a bit soft spoken so a bit difficult to hear when we were outside, but once inside in a private room, she was easier to listen to. Wines were delicious and her explanation of each were educational. Second winery the woman was very animated and you could tell her passion for wine and olive oil were very strong, so this stop was much more exciting. Overall this was a great experience and would recommend to others if you don't have time to do an all-day tour, this half-day one was worth it.
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Chianti Tour
Tita S
, Jun 2019
The tour is very nice. We stop at 2 different wine tasting. One place offers 3 different kind of wine and the second place also has 3 different of wine. Tour guide is on time and very good. Recommended.
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GREAT winery tour!
katrirandall
, May 2019
We had a wonderful time on this tour. It started 20 minutes later than expected and got back an hour late so make sure you have plenty of time! The two winery’s were so nice and despite having on and off rain that day the tour was still amazing! Would do it again!
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A must in Florence!!
Quest65874841837
, Apr 2019
Very organized and plenty of time to see the Tuscany Valley. Wine was great!! Guide and wine tasting personnel were very well versed and enjoyable to learn from. Bus was clean and very comfortable.
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Complete waste of Money
donpan39
, Apr 2019
This was a joke, 64 people crammed into two small tasting rooms, you were hurried through the tastings, and the tour guide for trip, admitted he knew nothing about wine. Total waste of an afternoon and money. Too many other good wine tour choices - stay way from this one.
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Inequality
Global11926243858
, Dec 2018
Eleanor (the tour guide) and Florenzo (the driver) were very rude and very unprofessional. We were coming back to the bus and we bought a crepe and he said we couldn't bring it on the bus. Then there was a family eating pizza on the bus (a large pie) and that was okay. Eleanor needs to learn English if she's going to tour Americans and English speaking people. Also, they would not let us out of the bus at an earlier stop and was very rude about it. The first tour, they gave plentiful wine but the second tour, they barely have anything to taste. Also, the third stop made no sense on a wine tour. No wine and a waste of time except for Elenor to get her macaroons because she was hungry. She also advises us the tour people not to review if we were not happy with the tour! What kind of company is that? Think again before booking! (Also, they ask for tip for themselves - no where else in Italy does that, does the company know they do that?)
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Amazing Wineries and even better tour guide
Traveler42443849900
, Oct 2018
I loved the two wineries we visited, the first one was my favorite. The snacks and olive oil provided was amazing although I wish there was more at the second vineyard. I especially loved the time given at Greve although we were late to arrive and I wish we had more time to explore the beautiful village of Greve. My favorite part was our incredible tour guide, she was amazing!!
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Great scenery and wine
bpatkai83
, Oct 2018
We really enjoyed the tour! The driver was driving slow enough so that we could take in the beautiful views over the Tuscan hills. A 6 hour round trip with three decent stops. Two winerys and a triangular “square” in a small town. As you’d expect not massive amounts of wine but not a problem - the rural setting and scenery stole the show! Good guidance from the leader and local wine specialists. All in all a great afternoon out of Firenze! Good value for money.
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Worst tour ever
Barbara W
, Oct 2018
I have done many wine tours in Italy and this doesn't even qualify as one. It was a huge group on a full size bus and most of the so called tour was on the bus. While the two wineries we visited were lovely we barely had 40 minutes at each one. By the time each person had a tiny sip of wine, and a piece of cheese, it was time to get back on the bus. And as an aside, a bowl of salami and cheese does not constitute food. I would never recommend Viator or use them ahain.

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