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This guide covers the Italian city, for the Copenhagen suburb of the same name see: Copenhagen/Vestegnen.

Greve in Chianti (sometimes just Greve), is a city in the Chianti zone of Tuscany. This article also covers the nearby community of Panzano some 8 km away.

Get in[edit]

Greve is an hour south of Florence by SITA [dead link] bus, or 35 mins by car.

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Wine tours[edit]

  • Angela's Tuscan Wine Tours. Licensed tour driver-guide Angela Saltafuori offers a range of private and shared wine tours of the Chianti Classico wine zone, the Brunello zone and Chianti Castles route. Tours include two tastings, light lunch and a special visit such as a mediaeval village.
  • [dead link] Discovery Chianti Bike & Walking Tours, . Discovery Chianti is the most natural way to explore the wonderful land of Chianti. Only those who are native to this beautiful region can help you discover and really appreciate all its unique full beauty and charm. The Discovery Chianti team is composed entirely of people who were born and have grown up in the area.

Wineries[edit]

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  • Restaurant Villa Sangiovese, Panzano, +39 055 85 24 61, fax: +39 055 85 24 63. Panoramic view out over the vineyards, olive trees and cypresses of the Chianti hills.
  • Villa Bordoni. Part of the hotel by the same name, the Villa Bordoni restaurant is made up of two intimate rooms which open onto an Italian garden, perfumed by the bouquet of Florentine roses that wind their way along its stone walls. For those who prefer to dine under the stars or watch the sun set slowly behind the Chianti hills, candle-lit tables are dotted amongst the palms and box hedges. In the cooler months, the fireplace is lit to make a crackling fire. The wine cellar is carved directly out of the bedrock upon which the Villa stands. Formerly a dungeon attached to a fortified watchtower, it dates back to the 11th century, and is all that remains of the original structure. Many hard-to-find vintages and Tuscan wine icons such as Querciabella, Fontodi, La Massa and Poggio Scalette are present in the list of reds, whereas amongst the whites there is a strong preference for the northern regions of Alto Adige and Friuli.

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Go next[edit]

  • Montefioralle - a small nearby mediaeval village
  • Panzano in Chianti - 10 minutes from Greve, most important hill town between Florence and Siena
  • Fonterutoli - tranquil and beautiful wine village 30 minutes from Greve in the direction of Siena



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