Castello di Querceto

via alessandro françois 2, Greve, Tuscany, 53011, Italy | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Greve

On The Trail

A travel blog entry by werglobemasters

25

... head honcho of a couple of big businesses back in the good "ole U.S. of A. The gal showing us around the operation said somethin about Time-Warner and Citigroup. All we knew was the spread was sumthin else, one of those never ending pools looked like not many ranch hands had dipped their toes in that water. The place was top notch, with their own process harking back to a bygone era – oak barrel casks. ...

Chianti Festival? Sign me up!

A travel blog entry by skyisblu

1
12

... some wine tasting? Definitely. So off we went, riding a slightly dilapidated, seriously oversold and very hot bus through the hills of Tuscany to Greve.

This year marks the 42nd annual Chianti Classico festival in Greve, so this is a well-run, organized and very popular event. This is not just a show put on for the tourists, this is an Italian event. Some 60-odd producers of Chianti were gathered in the main piazza offering not ...

So many updates!

A travel blog entry by hcarr13

85

... We went to a stand that is super popular and always has a huge line of people. Our teacher asked if any of us wanted to try cow stomach and only 6 of us, out of the whole class, were brave enough to try it. It really wasn’t bad at all! It was the anticipation that was the worst part. The texture was a bit gooey too, but the pesto and spicy red sauce they gave us to dip it in made it better. It was so fun to just sit and people watch. Everyone was so friendly ...

My first Italian kiss!

A travel blog entry by kbell6

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... to sing, " I love you, " to me. áWe were all laughing and enjoying the moment. Salvatore had not forgotten me! áAs we departed for the bus, I was completely caught off guard as he took me hand and kissed it! áAnd tried to kiss up my arm, but I pulled away laughing and completely grossed out! áThis was all in jest you must understand ( mom :)), I was not in danger! áAlthough I pulled out the hand sanitized on the bus and soaked my arm in ...

Last Day in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by ironchefmeister

6

... it down, and on and on. Eventually I got my turn, and the whole time while he was cutting there was a throng of Italian guys right outside the door coming in and out and just talking, yelling, and laughing nonstop. The barber's name was Georgio and he cut hair the old fashioned way and very intricately (which I am not used to.) Jacki says it looks great, I'm not so sure. The only thing I regret is that after he was done ...

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This hotel, located on via alessandro fran├žois 2, Greve, is near Volpaia, Vignamaggio, Piazza Matteotti, and Chianti Road.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent