La Ghiandaia

Address: Via Case Sparse 105, Greve, Tuscany, 50020, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Via Case Sparse 105, Greve, is near Volpaia, Vignamaggio, Piazza Matteotti, and Chianti Road.
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      What tourists!

      A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Sep 01, 2014

      12 photos

      ... tasting, half glass or full glass) and it will electronically dispense the option you have selected and now paid for on your card into your glass. There would have been 30 different wines to choose from.You can also order tasting plates and other simple fare from the produce on sale.
      A perfect way to while away the afternoon after our cold walk!
      Then we got to walk back up the hill on the other side to our farmhouse. ...

      Day 16: Florence/Chianti

      A travel blog entry by amyponscheck on May 26, 2013

      5 photos

      Spent a nice relaxing day in Florence today! Spent the morning shopping on the streets of Florence. Then in the afternoon went to a winery in the chianti wine region! Enjoyed samplings of 3 different types of wine, as well as some meats and cheeses. Btw: I haggled a guy down from 25 euro to 5 euro for a pair of sunglasses! ...

      Pitti Palace,handbags,a 2nd cousin,Uffizi & music!

      A travel blog entry by cskinnear on Sep 19, 2012

      2 comments, 72 photos

      ... we wanted to go. She said we must go to Lucca or Sienna instead. Actually I had thought we might include Lucca, but in the end (see tomorrow's blog) we did not get there. Turns out other tourists we met had been told similar things about Pisa by the place they were staying at, and frankly we can't really see why after having been to Pisa (see next blog) so we can only conclude that there is some sort of massive rivalry between the two cities for some reason.


      A Break From the Museums

      A travel blog entry by piedmonthr on Aug 20, 2012

      19 photos

      ... overlooking the city. What a view of Florence! After a chance to take photos of the fourth replica of Michelangelo we had seen and the Duomo rising out of the center of the city, we re-boarded the bus and returned to stand for hours in front of the Cathedral de Santa Maria de Fiore (Il Duomo). From there we walked to the only museum that was open on a Monday - actually a prison turned museum - and spent the rest of the tour learning about the tortures that ...

      Greve in Chianti - Day 8

      A travel blog entry by dellomofamily on Jul 10, 2012

      15 photos

      ... by Bacco, one of the resident dogs. At one point he went running down the big driveway and Canyon chased him down to make sure he made it back up (Bacco is a sweet little older dog). We then drove over to a little town called Montefioralle. It is a fortified town that dates back to first documented settlers in 1085. We can actually see Montefioralle in the vista from the backyard of our ...