Villas in the Chianti

Villas in the Chianti

The wine region of Tuscany

The Chianti

Read our guide to the Chianti

The pleasure of roaming the Chianti is discovering a great winery or crenellated castle all on your own, but you might be interested in some tips: the following towns are all considered Chianti D.O.C. You will encounter them on a meandering circuit that heads northwest out of Siena on the Chiantigiana (SS222). Many of these villages merit a stop and almost everywhere you will find a good place to sample the wine or have a bite to go with it.


Our guide to the Chianti

The Chianti
Historical Notes
Local Events
Things to Do
Towns and Sites
Food and Wine
Market Days
Restaurants

The Chianti

Vendemmia Chianti is an area of about 300 square kilometres of pure Tuscany, right in the centre between Siena and Florence. Entirely hilly, it varies in aspect from the severe and harsh to the sweet and soft, covered in serried rows of vines, green forests or stony meadowland with olive groves and sparse oak trees. The light is really astounding – no view ever seems to be the same from one hour to the next. On clear days you can seemingly see forever; on misty days the light filters the colours and the objects as though through a smoky s...

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