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Tuscany: Greve, the entering gate of Chianti

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b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG_4372.JPG My friends, welcome to My Own Italy to discover Italy with my personal touch!

Our travel today is to Tuscany along the Via ChiantigianaSituated halfway between Florence and Siena, we find Greve in Chianti.

Greve in Chianti is a small town, and it extends between the hills of Chianti and Florentine hills.


If you're coming from Florence, the first step you should do is certainly Greve in Chianti.

 Greve in Chianti is the economic capital of the Chianti wine district, the shrine of taste and a mine of small pleasures evidenced by the presence of the Black Rooster , the brand symbol of the Chianti Classico wine Consortium that brings together manufacturers.



 Among the important things to can see - and that certainly you can't miss! - I suggest you Wine Museum.

Here you can taste 200 different wines, and, for each of them, you can have a computerized explanation about its production and its taste.


 You can also enjoy of the magnificent scenic road that winds through the hills of Chianti to dedicate some time to the bike: in summeri many gatherings are organized, such as the Motopenna all'Aconese.

I found it really amazing!



So I'll wait for you here in the native land of the great navigator Giovanni da Verrazzano to whom the city of New York has dedicated its famous bridge.

Greve in Chianti is a must-see destination for your holiday in Tuscany! and you can sleep in a lovely B&B.

Leisure me, this is my tourism!

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