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New successes for Chianti Classico

With 12 "Slow Wine" and 2 "daily", plus other awards that are very important to some IGT products in the territory, Chianti Classico is elected from the territory of the Slow Slow Wine Guide 2013, published by Slow Food. Success also confirmed in the guide "Good Wines of Italy" Touring publisher that rewards 13 Chianti Classico. After the success of 2013 edition of the guide "Wines of Italy", published by G ...

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Il tramonto sul Chianti casa vacanze

Francesca and Claudia are two Florentine women born and bred in this special place. Our family bought this farm in the early Seventies and, through patient, loving and painstaking restoration, brought back to life what had been an abandoned ruin for years, over run by nature. Here we have enjoyed some special moments and unforgettable summers and we have now decided to make this available to others: the lov ...

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An tour between Chianti castle

Il toponimo Chianti da sempre evoca il rosso nettare di Bacco più bevuto nel mondo e distese incontaminate tra Firenze e Siena note per bellezza e varietà di paesaggi di tipo collinare, agreste e boschivo. Radda, Gaiole, Castellina, Greve, San Casciano sono solo alcuni dei capoluoghi chiantigiani da cui il turismo del vino in terra italiana non può prescindere, un luogo ricco di vitigni sangiovese, di olivi ...

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Castelvecchio

The Agriturismo Castelvecchio has all the characteristics that enable one to spend several days of complete relaxation in the green of Chianti. Castelvecchio is the perfect starting point for day trips into the nearby art cities of Florence and Siena. Our apartments are furnished in the rustic style typical of Tuscany, with walnut wardrobes, wrought iron beds, terracotta floors and exposed-beam ceilings. Ex ...

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