Wine tourism is now a far from secondary aspect in the life and economy of wine companies. For the Chianti wineries this is more true than ever since the area, famous all over the world both for its gentle hills, ancient “borghi”, beautiful landscapes but also for the Chianti wine, is in a privileged position between two cities such as Florence and Siena.
You can take a walk among the rows to see the vineyards of Sangiovese and other important Chianti Classico vines up close, continue with a visit to the cellar between the barrels and barriques, continue with a visit to the Olive oil Press and the ancient old Furnace.
Inevitably, the tour concludes in one of the tasting rooms, which were designed by the Nuti family to help guests try the company’s products, including both wine and oil.
Guests can choose from a range of packages, for couples, aficionados or groups of friends.