The name Chianti refers to the area of rolling hills situated between Florence and Siena. It is famous for its wine and olive oil, among the finest in the world. The Chianti region is best seen by taking the Chiantigiana, a winding and scenic road that connects Florence and Siena.
A classic stop is along the Chiantigiana is Greve. In its medieval square that hosts a market on Saturdays, are various shops and restaurants and several wine-tasting possibilities.
The Chiantigiana road continues through the towns of Panzano and Castellina (nearing Radda). Wine tastings and winery visits can be arranged on request.
This tour can be done as a half or full day tour.