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Welcome to Chianti

With its rolling vineyards, medieval villages, and winding cypress-lined country lanes, Chianti is the Tuscany dreams are made of. Bookended by Florence to the north and Siena to the south, this stretch of countryside is home to the prestigious Chianti DOC and Brunello di Montalcino wines, as well as the region’s classic rustic cuisine—making it a mecca for foodies from across the globe. Wine tasting, cooking classes, and truffle hunting adventures top the to-do list alongside hiking, biking and horseback riding excursions through the idyllic countryside.

Top 15 things to do in Chianti

Brolio Castle (Castello di Brolio)

Brolio Castle (Castello di Brolio)

Perched high above Chianti wine country, Brolio Castle (Castello di Brolio) is one of the most impressive defensive castles that once guarded Gaiole in Chianti, a sleepy hilltown with an important medieval past. The castle has been owned since the 12th century by the Ricasoli family, which has a long and prestigious history of winemaking.More
Castle of Meleto (Castello di Meleto)

Castle of Meleto (Castello di Meleto)

Set in the heart of Chianti’s wine country, the 12th-century Castle of Meleto is one of a string of defensive castles that once guarded Gaiole in Chianti. The fortress was originally the property of the powerful Florentine Ricasoli family, and today you can tour its frescoed halls and taste Chianti Classico produced in the estate’s vineyards.More
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