Server info: v-gs2-hybapp-04, release_3_19
PWk: Prod, Tlk: GS2, Datacash: Live
    • Where to?
      Please type a region, destination or hotel name.
    • Departing
    • Staying For
      Please change your selection.
      Max nights bookable online is 20
      Call 01293 762410 * To get the best price for more than 21 nights
    • Where from?
      Any UK Airport
    • Adults
      Please change your selection.
      Maximum of 8 occupants per room.
      Call 01293 762410 * To book more than one room.
      Children (2-11)
      Please change your selection.
      Maximum of 8 occupants per room.
      Call 01293 762410 * To book more than one room.
      Child Ages
      Please update your selection.
      Choose an age for each child.
      Please update your selection.
      Only one infant per adult allowed.
      Infants under 2 
      Add a room
      To book more that one room please click continue.
Where from?
Hide
  •  
    Search
    Searching
  • Where to?
    Resort
  • Departing I'm flexible with my dates
  • Staying For
  • Rooms
  • Room 1
    Adults
    Children(2-11)
  • Search
    Searching

Tuscany's iconic landscape of lush green hills dotted with expansive vineyards offers the perfect opportunity to sample its best-known wines. Perhaps the most famous export is the red Chianti Classico. Produced in the region of the same name, the area is generally considered to include the provinces of Florence, Arezzo, Pisa, Siena and all in-between. With an abundance of wineries open for tours and tasting, visitors can explore where the grapes are grown, learn the methods of production and see the impressive cellars that contain the finishing product. 

For those visiting the region on the second weekend in September, the annual Chianti Classico wine tasting festival takes place in Greve. Here, you buy a glass with a ticket that will allow you to try various wines at the stalls set up around the piazza, as well as tasty foods of the region.

Other popular varieties to try when exploring Tuscany include the white Vernaccia di San Gimignano, and the red Nobile di Montepulciano.

Map of {0}

Wine Tasting

Tuscany's iconic landscape of lush green hills dotted with expansive vineyards offers the perfect opportunity to sample its best-known wines. Perhaps the most famous export is the red Chianti Classico. Produced in the region of the same name, the area is generally considered to include the provinces of Florence, Arezzo, Pisa, Siena and all in-between. With an abundance of wineries open for tours and tasting, visitors can explore where the grapes are grown, learn the methods of production and see the impressive cellars that contain the finishing product. 

For those visiting the region on the second weekend in September, the annual Chianti Classico wine tasting festival takes place in Greve. Here, you buy a glass with a ticket that will allow you to try various wines at the stalls set up around the piazza, as well as tasty foods of the region.

Other popular varieties to try when exploring Tuscany include the white Vernaccia di San Gimignano, and the red Nobile di Montepulciano.

Recommended on these tours:

Tuscany Countryside and Elba Island

12 Day suggested multicentre
from £1425 per person

Bologna and Tuscany Countryside

8 Day suggested multicentre
from £720 per person

Tuscany and Tuscany Coast

11 Day suggested multicentre
from £835 per person

Tuscany self-drive

7 Day selfguided tour
from £915 per person

Rome and Tuscany

8 Day suggested multicentre
from £809 per person

Tuscany and Umbria self-drive

8 Day suggested multicentre
from £675 per person

Lake Garda and Tuscany

8 Day suggested multicentre
from £955 per person