Visit the historic town of San Gimignano and discover a hidden gem— local wineries where the views are almost as good as the wine. Enjoy wandering through two wineries, take in views of the vineyards and the surrounding rolling countryside, and learn about how wine is made. Then taste some of the local wine with your hosts, and visit the cellars where wine is kept in wooden barrels to age.
Book a tasting of our organic/biodynamic wines produced on the Lucca hills; we will take a tour of the vineyard near the cellar, a visit to the internal rooms and finally we will taste the wines, oil and honey under a pergola.
I will sit at the table with the customer to explain the history of our family business, our philosophy on natural wines, the manufacturing processes and the organoleptic characteristics of our 4 wines accompanied by croutons and local cheeses, our extra virgin olive oil and our acacia, chestnut, millefiori and pollen honeys.
Depending on the period in which they visit us, they can assist in some of the manufacturing processes (harvest, foot pressing, vinification, bottling, labeling all done manually).
We will try to make our customers understand the love and passion we put into our work.
Depending on the number of guests, the tour can last an hour or more generally more than two hours.
Take a break from the seaside crowds and venture into the Chianti hills without the hassle of navigating the winding country roads with this tour from Viareggio. Enjoy a scenic drive to the village of Vinci, where you can visit Leonardo da Vinci’s birthplace. Then meet the winemakers at a nearby estate for a tour followed by a private tasting of four wines paired with olive oil and other local specialties.
Experience the world-famous flavors and lesser-known history of Tuscany on a full-day tour by coach. Perfect for xenophiles, your guide leads your group on immersive visits of San Gimignano and Siena. Aspiring sommeliers will also be pleased with a visit a popular estate to sample some of the region's wine. Be sure to save room for traditional Tuscan bruschetta, cheese, and olive oil.
Let’s explore the so-called Colline Lucchesi and Montecarlo wine areas. This area is known not only for typical Tuscan Sangiovese and Trebbiano grapes, but also for French grapes productions, such as syrah, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and many others which are quite suitable for this soil. Some notable white and sparkling wines are also being produced. You will visit the vineyards and cellars of two estates and enjoy wine tasting and light lunch. You will also learn about the wine making and aging methods. On the way, you will be able to appreciate the beautiful Tuscan countryside and picturesque hilltop villages.
Explore the beautiful Chianti region on this small-group tour from Lucca. Travel by minivan to the hills of Tuscany to sample local wines from a few historic cellars. Learn about the wine-making process as you sip on the world-famous wines. Then sit down to a delicious Tuscan lunch at a local farmhouse and enjoy more wine tastings before heading back to Lucca.
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