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Volpaia, Radda in Chianti

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  • Passing by the country at this time is a little ghost. Nice however, gorgeous I believe in summer.
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  • Characteristic village, it was freezing but we walked around little squares discovering panoramas and corners. To return with more warm, maybe in spring
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  • We discovered Volpaia by accident. At the end of the highway looks this tiny village, very quiet. Deafening silence. It was splendid turn through the streets of this small village. We were off into the sunset, lovely view!
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  • Nice view, ride, and good wine tasting tour given by a very kind and informed girl.
  • Nice little medieval village, still quite authentic and not overly touristy. Not much to do, but beautiful views and hikes all around.
  • Such a nice little gem out a town, tucked away from so much touristy chaos.
  • Very nice place, nice panorama. The village is well maintain. A tour of the facilities done by a patient guide and very learn about everything that affects wine and company. Everyone sitting, although prepare a tasting made around a table. It is recommended that
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  • Volpaia is a village of Radda in Chianti: this is a quaint medieval fortified town, rich in history, traditions, art and culture, which is situated between two small valleys, borderland between Florence and Siena. Today, as in the 11th century, the whole village is involved in the production of wine and oil, in fact the fermentation room and the cellars, the vinsantaia and bottling, and the mill are still housed in underground orciaia and in buildings of the village. Volpaia, then, is not just a simple tourist destination, but the core of a complex rural activities that are tied all the inhabitants.
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