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A wine tour in Chianti

The Chianti region, 70,000 hectares between Siena and Florence, is worldwide famous for wine production. The so-called Chianti Classico is a special type of Chianti wine produced in the municipalities of Greve in Chianti, Barberino Val d'Elsa, San Casciano and Tavernelle in Val di Pesa.

Published: 27/8/2014

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San Donato in Poggio

The historic village of San Donato in Poggio is situated in the beautiful Chianti countryside. This medieval fortification has intact access gates and protective walls.

Published: 15/7/2014

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Chianti tower at San Casciano

An observation point overlooking the territory. A way to re-interpret an unwieldy structure: this is the panoramic point Chianti Tower.

Published: 4/6/2014

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The Sottovico garden is a Botanical Garden

The Sottovico Garden was born and blooms on the extreme periphery of the province of Florence, near Vico d’Elsa. It is a beautiful naturalistic context, where the Valdelsa landscape is gentle and sinuous.

Published: 14/4/2014

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A route in the Chianti region

The territory comprises an area of hill country situated between Florence and Siena, delimited on the east by the Chianti mountain range and on the west by the valleys of the Pesa and Elsa rivers

Published: 7/4/2014

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Tourist information in the Chianti area

Renowned around the world for the production of its excellent wine, the territory of Chianti consists of a hilly area situated in the middle of Tuscany, between Florence and Siena.

Published: 6/4/2014

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