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Private Tuscany Wine Tour Experience from Florence
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Private Tuscany Wine Tour Experience from Florence

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Experience the world-famous flavors and beauty of Tuscany on a private wine tour from Florence. Travel with a knowledgeable sommelier guide through the landscape of rolling hills and vineyards, stopping at three different estates to sample top-rated regional varietals and olive oil. At a family-owned winery, you’ll also enjoy a traditional Tuscan lunch featuring an array of fresh local products paired with wine. Learn about traditional winemaking processes from your guide and during a cellar tour and chats with vintners.
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Steve B wrote a review Nov 2019
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom9 contributions4 helpful votes
W spent two weeks in a B & B and chose Barberino Val d'Elsa as it is midway between Siena and Florence, as well as other towns in Tuscany. We had a lovely time, and found our favourite restaurant in the piazza in front of the church. While we were there a medieval festival was held with a re-enactment of the battle between Florence and Siena, performed by citizens of the Commune. A beautiful place and very relaxing indeed.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Leon Wagemans wrote a review Oct 2019
Vionnaz, Switzerland382 contributions108 helpful votes
Traveling regular in Toscane you can see the real Toscane characteristics however this part of Toscane is one of the most beautiful pearls of the region, including the scenery, fields, vineyards and the impressive valley. Walk, bike, drive, it's great.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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SambaSydney wrote a review Sep 2019
Brisbane, Australia94 contributions72 helpful votes
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From the first glimpse of Romitorio di Serelle, sitting proudly amongst Sangiovese vines, to the day we said goodbye, a week later, we enjoyed a superb stay. A big thanks to the hospitality of Marco, Lorella and Roberto. Purchased in 1998 as a run down property they have tastefully restored and renovated it creating 12-14 individual apartments. The accommodation is well appointed and comfortable. Each apartment has its own private seating and dining area, and self catering facilities. We took advantage of this. Breakfast and dinner are offered and we dined twice .... each time enjoying good quality meals and value for money. Magnificent views of the surrounding landscape are to be enjoyed with wine in hand. A beautiful swimming pool and pool side, a sitting area and indoor lounge complete the comfortable facilities. A complimentary wine tasting with local wine buff Pietro was a bonus and should you run out of wine, you can purchase more on site! We did! By the way, Wi Fi is available in case you insist on communicating with the outside world. A couple of hours from Florence, this property is a good location for visiting the hilltop towns such as San Gimignano and Siena as well as the quaint villages including Castellina in Chianti and Radda in Chianti. We took full advantage of this during our stay and had no difficulty filling in our week. This is a very good quality property and extremely well run. If I were to suggest a few minor improvements, I would provide a small starter pack (washing up liquid, tea and coffee bags, sugar) and some board games for guests in the indoor lounge area. Would we return? ....... certainly! ........just “perfetto”!!!!!!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jean S wrote a review Oct 2018
Buffalo, New York5 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed in the Villa Castrum and spent time wandering about the countryside watching grapes being picked, tasting wine and olive oil and basking in the fabulous Tuscan sun!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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994frankyv wrote a review Sep 2018
Leukerbad26 contributions1 helpful vote
A small well hiden town. Great views in the evening over the area. Nice little local restaurants with a view over the valley.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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