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Thread: 4 Day Winery Tour for 10 Wine Experts

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    Post 4 Day Winery Tour for 10 Wine Experts

    I am leading a tour of 10 wine experts from the UK for a tour of top Tuscan vineyards. We have 4 days from 18th to 21st May. Flights and hotels are booked. We know the wineries we want to visit in Bolgheri but would like some assistance on final selection of quality Brunello and Chianti wineries for the 20th and 21st May, including prebooking and timings. We arrive Pisa airport and staying in San Gimgiano, then Siena and Montalcino.
    We would like a good quality minibus with a driver who speaks English. We would also like the driver, or a guide, to provide historical information and plan walking tours for the towns we visit. It would also be beneficial to have suggestions on restaurants in the towns mentioned above. I would be most interested to receive information and suggestions.

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    Default Chianti vineyards

    Buongiorno,

    The great thing about Tuscany is that good wine comes from even the most surprising vineyards - so sometimes the smaller vineyards will yield a true gem while exposing you to some of the more traditional and authentic environments.

    I suggest you have a look at the following places, to see if any of them would suit your needs. All of these vineyards are bilingual and you will find them more then open to assisting you with programming your visits.

    this article gives you some information about the vineyard: https://www.chianti.com/chianti-farm...-viticcio.html

    these four articles highlight the accommodations but they each have vineyards which are quite intriguing for different reasons:

    https://www.visitflorence.com/villas...re-a-cona.html

    https://www.discovertuscany.com/muge...a-il-lago.html

    https://www.discovertuscany.com/tusc...l-cellese.html

    https://www.discovertuscany.com/tusc...-lilliano.html

    let me know if any of these interest you or even if these are the types of vineyards you are looking for. I also strongly encourage you to check out the Arezzo areas and wines or the Orcia DOC wines - both areas will surprise you with the quality and diversity.

    Buon Viaggio,

    Donna Denise

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