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Small-Group Chianti Wine-Tasting and Castles Trip from Siena
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Small-Group Chianti Wine-Tasting and Castles Trip from Siena

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This is the ideal tour for wine lovers, and architecture fans. Save hours of research and planning time, and go on a comprehensive small-group tour to Chianti. See spectacular countryside views, and visit Castello di Brolio—a historic castle and the birthplace of Chianti wine. This stress-free tour including multiple winery visits, wine tastings, and a delicious Tuscan lunch.
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Lissabon1 wrote a review Jul 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark94 contributions33 helpful votes
We had a very nice lunch (risotto, wine and dessert), which is located between trees and gives a great atmosphere! The view from the castle is stunning 👏🤩 Definitely worth a visit!!!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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irina j wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom1,520 contributions238 helpful votes
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I’ve done few research and decided to visit this winery. We booked Classic Tour which was 2.5 hours (€35 per adults and €20 per child) . It was really a great mixture as the castle , where the family still lives, is stunning. This winery is the oldest in Chianti and dates back to 1141! The family has a very interesting history and some members played many important roles including being Prime Ministers twice. We also visited old wine cellar in the castle and modern production facility with the bottling plant . During the tasting we tried 3 different types: 2 were Chianti and 1 Merlot. If you’ve been on the tour you will also have 10% discount in the shop. They also sell some whites and rose which was a favourite of mine! Absolutely delicious and fresh- would highly recommend it. The trattoria opposite the shops serves great lunches and coffee. We had a mixed plate of ham and cheese afterwards.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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John J wrote a review Nov 2019
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My wife and I spent 12 days in Italy during November 2019 for our honeymoon, and we both agreed that visiting Barone Ricasoli was the highlight of the entire trip. We booked the Grand Cru Tour and couldn't have been happier. Our guide Nora was extremely knowledgeable and passionate. We got a great history lesson about the property and family as well as the wine. The tour of the castle was amazing with some of the best views we've ever experienced and it was so interesting to hear the family history. The private tasting was such a special experience and made us feel like VIPs. And the lunch at the osteria was the perfect ending to a perfect day.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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LAFUN wrote a review Sep 2019
San Diego, California115 contributions13 helpful votes
I went here with some of my girlfriends and we had a sunset tour of the castle followed by wine tasting from their vineyards paired with delicious foods. They started us off with rose paired with a flan/cream cheese appetizer with of course freshly baked bread. Our next course was pasta with veal paired with their famous Chianti Classico. We then had rooster with almost like a caesar dressing. And for dessert we had tiramisu with a dessert wine. You can’t be picky at something like this because it’s all chef’s menu and they don’t post the menus. You know what you’re getting when you sit down. Everything was amazing and delicious. I'd recommend going!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Urvashi Kumar Trikha wrote a review Jun 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates509 contributions46 helpful votes
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Take a walk back into history as you stroll through the castle and estate of Baron Ricasoli. Beautifully maintained with a good road access this castle has guided tours that are very popular and need to be booked in advance. The tour shows you the castle as well as the winery post which have a gorgeous wine tasting.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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