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Tuscany Wine Tours

Tuscany Wine Tours

Experience the sun-swept hills and vineyards of the Tuscan countryside. Savor a countryside meal with samples of local wines. Marvel at the historic towns and monuments of this important part of Italy. Immerse yourself in this beautiful countryside and enjoy the fullest of Tuscany. 

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Frequently asked questions

What Will I See on a Tuscany Wine Tour?

The Tuscany Wine Tour will take you through the beautiful, rollings hills of the Tuscan countryside. In addition, you'll visit some of the small historic towns of this region, such as Siena, Assisi, San Gimignano, and Pisa (home to the Leaning Tower).

How Long Does the Tour Last?

To be able to make the most of your time away from Florence, most Tuscany wine tours are full-day tours. That means that they last between eight to twelve hours. Half-day tours, lasting between four and six hours, are available to single sites, such as Siena or San Gimignano.

How Far is the Tuscany Wine District from Florence?

Tuscany is a region of Italy, and Florence is its capital city. Tuscany extends from the Ligurian Sea to the west to the foothills of the Apennine Mountains to the east to the regions of Liguria and Emilia-Romagna to the north. In addition to Florence, the region encompasses the towns of Pisa, Lucca, Siena, Chianti, and San Gimignano. Most of the wine-growing regions of Tuscany are located south of Florence, about a 30 to 60-minute drive from the city center.

What Kind of Wines Do They Produce in Tuscany?

Tuscany is, arguably, most famous for its Chianti red wines that traditionally come with a basket surrounding the bottle and pair nicely with Italian red sauces. However, Chianti isn't the only wine produced in Tuscany. The region is also known for the more high-end red wine, Brunello di Montalcino as well as the elite, so-called "Super Tuscan" red wines.

Is Food Included on Tour?

A hearty Tuscan-style lunch at one of the wineries is included in the price of most full-day tours. Additional food and beverages are not included.