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The Castle of Brolio, the Cellars, the Wineshop and the Osteria, together make visiting this estate an unforgettable experience.
In the shadow of Castello Marsiliana, this winery has won awards for its Maremma-produced wines.
High in the hills of Tuscany's Chianti region is the 12th century castle-village of Volpaia, which is now a wine lover's delight.
Head for the hills west of Florence and find the winery of San Vito.
Antinori is probably the best-known wine producer in Tuscany, with vineyard estates all over the region.
Near *Pescia Fiorentino and not far from Capalbio, this family-run winery produces totally organic vintages.
In Montepulciano, a historic winery has its cellar in the family palazzo, and you can visit for a tour and tasting.
Near Pontassieve in the heart of Chianti Rufina country, the famous Frescobaldi has their gorgeous castle-winery, Castello Nipozzano.
"Poggio antinora di Luca Brandani" is a lovely Tuscan farmhouse, located a few kilometers from Radda in Chianti, with a territory of 120 acres divided among vineyards, olive trees and forest.
A family-run winery near Capalbio, the lovely landscape of Monteti's vineyard is classic Tuscany of grapevine-lined fields.
La Cornucopia Italia is owned by an American and his family, wine-educated, and based in Trequanda, Tuscany, near the medieval towns of Siena and Sinalunga.
Montepulciano is known for its wines, so a visit and tasting is in order.
Le Cantine lies underground in the old town centre of Greve in Chianti, in what was once the wine-cellar of one of the largest wine producers in Chianti.
An award-winning winery near Castiglione della Pescaia with a lovely tasting room and terrace, you can spend an nice afternoon among the vines.
A beautiful, historic palazzo that was once the domain of the Bishop of Lucca, has been producing wines since 1083.
Cortona's premier wine shop started off as a monastery pharmacy.
Sample the area's wines along with some snacks of local bruschette, salami and cheese at this wine bar in Bolgheri.
A beautiful modern designer winery run by a woman who links the past with the present in interesting ways.
Sample the wines of the Maremma district of Tuscany for a taste of the southern part of the region.
Started in 1967, the owners were among the first to "up the ante" on Chianti wines to bring them into a fuller quality.
If you want to taste wines from the Maremma area, as well as vintages from around Italy, visit the wine bar, Enoteca Leone di Caprera.
In the heart of Arezzo around the corner from Casa Vasari, the wine bar Pasqui is a haven for vino enthusiasts.
One of Tuscany's lovely wineries with a gorgeous garden, located between Lucignano and Monte San Savino.
An organic and biodynamic winery outside Chiesanuova, the Villa Montanine has an interesting history, while the Casanova family has been making wine for a few generations here.
Near Rignano Val d'Arno, a family run winery amidst old vines, olive-studded hills and ancient villages on hill tops are pretty typically Tuscan, so stop for a tasting.
A winery and villa with a lot of history, the land holding dates to 994, with wine making going on here since the about a millenium.
In the hills near Lucignano in the territory of Sinalunga, the family-run winery Il Sosso is on its third generation of Tuscan vintages.
Enoteca Arte e Vino arose from the combined passion for art and culture of good wine-tasting.
In the soft rolling hills of the Etruscan Coast, Le Macchiole is in a picturesque position.
Tucked into a rustic building in Via Soccini in the middle of Buonconvento, this eatery is part wine bar and part restaurant.
With breezes from the hills as well as the sea, the winery is set in a perfect location that is also picturesque.
An interesting place where archeology and modern architecture meet wine making.
Between Montemassi and Roccastrada, the family-run winery covers 20 hectares and welcomes guests to taste, stroll and enjoy the views.
A splendid historic villa with gorgeous grounds and extensive vineyards is a wonderful place to visit and sample Tuscan vintages.
In the piazza of old town Campagnatico, enjoy a glass of local wine and some nibbles.
Located between Scarlino and Puntone, this family-run winery offers authentic Tuscan vintages and olive oil in the Maremma.
A family-owned winery situated on the hill that divides the Val d'Orcia from the Chiana valley.
An organic winery near Terricciola has a showy, modern facility, artwork, and of course wine.
When in Tuscany, you have to taste the wine; it's almost a vacation obligation!
A cool, casual spot where you can sample Montepulciano vino nobile or other Tuscan vintages, accompanied by regional foods.
Montepulciano is a city famous for its Vino Nobile and Super Tuscan wines, with many great producers, but a visit to Cantina de Ricci is different.
The scenic setting on a hill surrounded by ordered rows of vines is like a postcard!
One of southern Tuscany's most intriguing wine cellars, Poggio ai Chiari is also a sort of archeological site.
Podere la Marronaia is a charming farmhouse in San Gimignano, Tuscany.
Tuscany is one of the world's most renowned wine regions, with miles of vineyards.
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