Must-see attractions in Chianti

  • Winery Castello di Ama, Chianti region, Tuscany, Italy.

    Castello di Ama


    At Castello di Ama, centuries-old winemaking traditions meet cutting-edge contemporary art in a 12th-century borgo (agricultural estate). As well as…

  • Pieve di San Leolino

    Panzano in Chianti

    One of the most beautiful religious buildings in Chianti, this Romanesque pieve (rural church with baptistry) is located on a hilltop just outside Panzano…

  • Brolio, Gaiole in Chianti, Italy - April 26 2021: Aerial view of the famous Castello di Brolio in Chianti Wine Area. ; Shutterstock ID 1965200383; purchase_order: 65050; job: poi; client: ; other:

    Castello di Brolio


    The ancestral estate of the aristocratic Ricasoli family dates from the 11th century and is the oldest winery in Italy. Currently home to the 32nd baron,…

  • Casa Chianti Classico


    Occupying an 18th-century convent complex attached to a 10th-century church, this facility is operated by the Consorzio di Chianti Classico and pays…

  • Vignamaggio


    Mona Lisa Gherardini, subject of Leonardo da Vinci's world-famous painting, married into the family that built this villa in the 14th century. After a…

  • Montefioralle


    Medieval Montefioralle crowns a rise just east of Greve, and can be accessed via a 2km walking path from the town centre (head up Via San Francesco, off…

  • Chiesa di San Michele Arcangelo


    An 11th-century church on this site was destroyed in the 13th century and replaced by this structure, which was subsequently heavily altered over the…

  • Azienda Agricola Frantoio Pruneti


    Gionni and Paolo Pruneti's family business has produced top-quality olive oil for over a century. Their 28,000 olive trees are hand-harvested between mid…

  • Parco Sculture del Chianti


    Site-specific contemporary artworks created by artists from over 20 countries are scattered throughout this 7-hectare wood, including a glass labyrinth by…

  • Pievasciata


    In the small village of Pievasciata, near the Parco Sculture del Chianti, the streets are home to an ever-growing number of site-specific contemporary…

  • Museo Archeologico del Chianti Senese


    Etruscan archaeological finds from the local area are on display at this museum in the town's medieval rocca (fortress). Room 4 showcases artefacts found…

  • Montecalvario


    These four Etruscan burial chambers, dating from the 6th century BC, are located off the main road at the northern edge of town. Devotees of Etruscan…

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