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Day 1: Milan or Rome – to West Tuscany (Sassicaia wine).
Arrival at Milan Malpensa Airport or Rome Fiumicino Airport and transfer to our Hotel accommodation in Tuscany.
Overnight in Hotel.

Day 2: West Tuscany
After breakfast departure with our Minibus/Midibus/Coach for Volterra. Visit and in the afternoon we proceed to the charming Bolgheri Village and Super Tuscans wine area wine area. Optional visits to wine Cellars with wine tasting.
Back to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 3: San Gimignano-Siena area.
After breakfast we leave for San Gimignano. Visit. Proceed to Siena. Walking City Tour.

Day ends at our Hotel. Overnight. 

Day 4: Full day Chianti classico area. "Wine tour guided by our English speaking wine & food expert". 

Breakfast at the hotel.
When it comes to Tuscan wine, thoughts immediately fly to the area of Chianti, one of the most renowned production areas for its tradition and quality of its wines. If you love wine, Tuscany offers the opportunity to taste prestigious labels and great vintages, often combined with other local specialities that will also delight your palate (as well as help avoid any dizziness associated to your first sips).
Historically, the Chianti wine region was a small area, which included only the towns of Radda in Chianti, Castellina in Chianti and Gaiole in Chianti. Today, the wine region also includes the areas of the towns of Castelnuovo Berardenga and Poggibonsi (which are in the province of Siena), San Casciano Val di Pesa, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Greve in Chianti. These towns all represent the area of wine production called "Chianti Classico" (which is recognizable by the Gallo Nero, or Black Rooster logo).

Back to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 5: Pienza and Montepulciano. "Wine tour guided by our English speaking wine & food expert". 

Breakfast in hotel. We start the day driving south.
Today we will see two of the most popular Tuscan products: Pecorino di Pienza cheese and the Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. Visit the farms and wineries and meet the producers. Learn about the different phases of the production cycle, visit laboratories and cellars, and wrap up the experience with a cheese and wine tasting, in the beautiful setting of the hills between Pienza and Montepulciano.

Tour include: • Visit to a Pecorino di Pienza cheese dairy; • Tasting of a variety of fresh and seasoned Pecorino di Pienza cheeses; • Visit to a Winery where Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG is produced; • Rosso di Montepulciano DOC and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG wine tasting.

Day ends at our Hotel. Overnight. 

Day 6: Val d'Orcia and Montalcino "Wine tour guided by our English speaking wine & food expert". 

After breakfast we start our drive into the Val d'Orcia.
The Val d‘Orcia, is quintessential Tuscany and utterly romantic.  Expect dreamy hills studded with cypress trees and ancient farmhouses, amazing cheese country (this is the land of Pecorino); world class wine country (Brunello di Montalcino). We will visit the Montalcino village. One of the loveliest little wine villages in Italy, Montalcino is a fabulous place to visit during your tour of Tuscany’s vineyards, as it is home to the famed Brunello di Montalcino wine. The hill-topped village of Montalcino has been in existence since the time of the Ancient Etruscans and the nearby Sant Antimo monastery was founded in the 8th century! It was founded on an ancient road called the Via Francigena which was a principal road between Florence and Rome and France. The medieval walls were erected in the 13th century by architects from Siena. Montalcino was under Sienese control from the 13th-16th centuries, and then ruled by the powerful Duchy of Florence until Italy became a united country in 1861. Wine has been made here for millennia, and records of commercial wine production date back to the 1400´s.
The village that we see today contains many reminders of medieval times including the impressive 14th century Fortress, the ancient Basilica, a lovely Romanesque chapel, the tower of San Giovanni and a multitude of narrow cobblestone alleyways. Olive groves and vineyards surround the hamlet and from the top of the village you have great views over the whole Orcia Valley, with its rolling hills and Cyprus lined country roads. The main square, called the Piazza del Popolo, is located down the hill from the 14th century Duomo and the fortress, and is a great place for having a coffee and Italian pastry, or even better a nice glass of Brunello. The “Centro Storico” (historic heart) is full of small gems like the Palazzo Comunale with its elegant coat of arms and the Renaissance “Loggia”.

Back to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 7: Departure
After breakfast transfer to Rome or Milan Airport or to your Cruise from Civitavecchia Port.