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Chianti Area

Chianti, the area of rolling hills stretching between Florence and Siena, Arezzo and the hills of Pisa, has long been considered the “heart of Tuscany”. Its splendid landscape is dotted with dense vineyards, chestnut forests, oaks and maples, attractive medieval villages, romantic castles and charming colonial farmhouses. It is also the birthplace of one of the world’s most famous red wines: Chianti.

Chianti is the ideal getaway for those wanting to experience medieval villages and romantic vineyards tucked away amongst rolling hills. From village to village, one discovers country castles and farms featuring numerous wineries and enoteca (wine shops and bars) for enjoying the fine local wine. The legendary origins of the Clante (named for a stream known since the Etruscan era) along with its winemaking tradition have made it famous worldwide.

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From 1,030.00 € per night

Immersed in the green countryside of the Chianti hills, surrounded by the typical olive groves and vineyards, Villa Tavarnelle is a centuries old farmhouse which has belonged to the Fusi family for many years now.

From 1,178.00 € per night

Immersed in the green countryside of the Chianti hills, surrounded by the typical olive groves and vineyards, Villa Tavarnelle is a centuries old farmhouse which has belonged to the Fusi family for many years now.