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Azienda Agricola Altiero (Winery)

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Via San Ercole Cresci 58 1,5 km sopra Montefioralle ,lasciando Greve alle spalle e guidando verso la cima della collina., 50022, Greve in Chianti Italy
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Explore Florence on the most popular form of Italian transport on a Vespa tour, a great way to escape the city and discover Chianti wine country. With a choice of morning or afternoon departure, this tour slots into any sightseeing schedule and allows you to travel to dispersed landmarks without getting lost. Plus, a Tuscan meal at a Farmhouse is included.
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Outofdodge_10 wrote a review Jan 2021
Santa Fe, New Mexico1,186 contributions312 helpful votes
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This was our first stop in Greve. The family owned Vineyard is unpretentious with very nice owners. We enjoyed the view, the food and the wine, alike. Peeking in on the process was a lot of fun and the personal attention lends to a great experience. I will go back the next time I visit family in Italy for the wine, the people, the view and the different, delicious jams. For me, the lack of a crowd was a big bonus.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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WT Cote wrote a review Sep 2020
Port Charlotte, Florida264 contributions59 helpful votes
We spent approx. 4 weeks traveling through out Italia . 2 of those weeks were spent in the Tuscany area, visiting "off the bitten path" small Villagers and many many wineries. One of our favorites was the Altiero Vineyard in Greve. Fantastic wines, Fantastic owners, Bella Bella country side. If you planning a trip to Italy once the borders are back open make this winery in Greve, one of your targets. WT Cote
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from Samuela S, Proprietario at Azienda Agricola Altiero (Winery)
Responded 8 Sep 2020
Thank you so much for this beautiful review!!! i hope to see you soon ! grazie mille!
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Sten V wrote a review Sep 2020
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We have spent some time here during our stay in Tuscany. What a great place to have a nice degustation! Paolo and Samuela are great hosts who are passionate about their products and their winery and they should be. You get a nice introduction in their winery, some great wines to taste and some nice food to eat with the wines. For sure, one of our highlights during our stay in Tuscany and would highly reccomend a visit here but be sure to make a reservation in advance! Thanks to Paolo and Samuela for the wonderful afternoon!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gabriële B wrote a review Sep 2020
Oslo, Norway23 contributions59 helpful votes
Very good and passionate explanation about how to make wine. Not the chemistry behind it but more understandable and practical side of the wine business and the different types of Chianti. On top the tasting was great as the wine was very good but also fantastic view and good food with it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Robert L wrote a review Aug 2020
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A few days ago we visited a fantastic hilltop winery in the Chianti Classico area, a couple of kilometers from Greve-in-Chianti. Azienda Agricola Altiero is a hidden gem. A small boutique winery, it’s owned and managed by a lovely young couple, Paolo and Samuela, who are so passionate about winemaking and enjoying dolce vita in this paradise on earth. With only 3 hectares (6.6 acres) of mostly Sangiovese vineyards, they make about 15,000 bottles a year of some amazing reds. We toured the vineyards and the cellars, and tasted 4 wines: rose, Chianti Classico, Chianti Classico Riserva and Chianti Classico Gran Selezione. All were great, especially the last two that were 2016 vintage aged 30 months in oak barrels. We spent well over two hours there, enjoying the wine, spectacular views of rolling hills, the chat and the food prepared by Samuela: some local prosciutto and salami, fresh country bread, pecorino cheese, crostini, schiacciata, home made jams from the produce of their garden and orchard (onion, plum and wild sea-buckthorn) and of course great olive oil that they also make. Both Paolo and Samuela are kind and gracious hosts, great conversationalists, and are a wealth of interesting information. Of course we also chatted about food, another Samuela's passion. In fact, she also runs cooking classes. The winery also makes a small quantity (just a few hundred bottles) of two other wines that unfortunately we couldn't try yet because they sold out. But we were promised a taste of them later this year! These two wines are L'Burasca, a supertuscan merlot-sangiovese blend, and La Terrazze del Diavolo red, made from 100% Malvasia Nera variety which is quite rare nowadays. One of the oldest grape varieties in the world, it was widely cultivated in Italy up to the Middle Ages when it was gradually replaced by easier and more productive varieties. Because of the very small production, the winery sells most of its wines directly, and you can't find them in the shops. They also ship overseas. If you visit Tuscany, make sure to put this amazing little winery on your itinerary, it’s a pleasant 40min drive from Florence and is totally worth it. But do make a reservation, especially in the summer.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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