5 Most Beautiful Vineyards in Tuscany

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With its gorgeous cities, towns, landscapes, cuisine and wine, Tuscany is surely one of Italy’s most beautiful destinations. Being recognized as a wine region as early as the 13th century, this picturesque group of provinces takes pride in a long wine-making heritage, so visiting one of its many famed centuries-old vineyards is a must.

When in Tuscany, here are the five estates with the most spectacular views that you shouldn’t miss!

Barone Ricasoli

This is the largest winery in the Chianti Classico area, famous for its unique high-quality vine, the formula for which was invented in 1872. It’s surrounded by 1,2000 hectares of woods, valleys and hills.

Castello di Ama

Five centuries ago, Ama was a hot spot of the wine-making business – today it produces one of the world’s most prestigious wines.

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Castiglion del Bosco

Tucked away far from the popular hot spots of Tuscany, the Castiglion del Bosco vineyard offers a spectacular sight, and the very best of grapes.

Castello di Nippozano

Castello di Nippozano is owned by the 30th generation of the Frescobaldi family, a dynasty dedicated to the art of wine-making.

Poggio Antico

An icon of fine wine-making set in a perfect natural backdrop, Poggio Antico is fairly new, being constructed in the late 1970s. It’s renowned for deliciously aromatic wines of highest quality.