Take part in a unique experience in Chianti! Enjoy a delicious dinner and wine during sunset inside a typical farm and discover the charm of the medieval village of Castellina.
Travel in a small group (maximum 8 participants) and enjoy an unforgettable evening in the Tuscan countryside. Admire the sunset over the vineyards and enjoy a traditional Tuscan dinner in a typical Chianti farm. After dinner, enjoy a night visit to the charming medieval village of Castellina in Chianti before returning back to Siena.
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Pick up from the hotel
Tour departs from Siena
Sunset at a Chianti Farm
Once you arrive at this characteristic Tuscan farm in the Chianti countryside, you will be welcomed with an Italian Aperitivo that you will enjoy right inside the farm’s vineyard during sunset.
Typical Tuscan Dinner
Afterwards, you will be seated and served a delicious 4-course meal that will give you a taste of the particular culinary culture of the Tuscan countryside.
Night Walk in Castellina
Founded by the Etruscans, this small medieval village is rich in historic architectural structures and sites that you can admire just by taking a relaxing walk at your own pace.
Tour ends in Siena
Price & Options
Customers must be able to climb and descend stairs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our pick up from the hotel was prompt and the driver friendly. We began our journey into the countryside and already the sun was b...eginning to set. The driver explained we would visit the mediaeval castle first followed by the dinner. He dropped us off in the small town square and said we could have free time for an hour and we would be picked up at the drop off point. We were collected at 7.40 and arrived at the winery just before 8.00pm. In an outdoor setting under the trees, the waiter poured generous glasses of the first wine which was served with an assortment of cold meats, cheese and bruschetta. We asked for details about the wine and the waiter was able to tell us about the grape variety but that was all. The second wine was a 2012 Brunello di Montalcino which was delicious. We moved inside for the dinner. This second course was baked pear served with prosciutto and gorgonzola which was delicate and tasty. This was followed by pasta with mushroom and ham and cheese. We were unsure whether to eat all of this large serve as we wanted to leave room for the following courses. The next course was finely sliced pork served with sautéed potatoes and the final wine came at this stage which was a Casafrassi XX1 Secolo. Pleasant drinking to accompany the dinner. The dessert was a pannacotta drizzled with a chocolate sauce. Just before leaving we were served coffee and were back in our hotel by 11.00pm. The evening was very pleasant and we enjoyed the company of the other guests. As the seasons progress and the days get shorter, there is progressively less to see of the countryside as most of the journey is in the dark. We would have loved to learn more about the winery and the food and we are still puzzled as to why the program was changed from what was advertised as the initial description of watching sunset whilst sipping an aperitif in a characteristic Tuscan farm never happened. more
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