During our last visit to Florence, we went on a wine tour and it was delightful. We departed Florence bright and early from the Oltrarno neighborhood, and under the direction of a supremely overqualified tour guide named Bernardo, we ate and drank to our heart's content, arriving safely back to Florence with new memories and friends. It will be hard to beat. Some highlights from our trip are enclosed...
Winery #1: Corzano e Paterno
Lunch stop: The Crazy Butcher of Panzano (More formally known as Dario Cecchini's Antica Macelleria Cecchini)
Winery #2: Renzo Marinai
The final stop: Greve in Chianti
Next spring we will be visiting Italy again! And this time around we're looking to take part in another wine tour, but the questions mount...what area should we explore? How long should it be? How big or small of a tour do we want? One thing is for sure...this tour will be hard to beat.
While we have no affiliation with them, we highly recommend Bernardo and the Tuscan Wine Tours!