Castello VicchiomaggioCurrently Closed
- Address: Via Vicchiomaggio 4, 50022, Greve In Chianti, Italy
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +39055854079
- Fax: +39-055853911
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Landmarks, Buildings And Structures
Castello Vicchiomaggio is a significant landmark located in Greve In Chianti.
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We would recommend this relaxing spot to anyone vacationing in Italy. We could not have been happier with our stay, the pool and the food/wine! Great stop along our honeymoon!
Incredible views and amazing food. You won't find a better place for tranquility and relaxation.
Best wine in Italy. Fantastic tour of the vineyards, the storage and amazing three course tasting meal
We enjoyed a wonderful wine tour and lunch here on a Monday last May. Charming winery, beautiful vineyards, and fantastic food! My husband still raves about the wild boar Ragu that we enjoyed there. All the wines that we sampled were fantastic as well. Guides were very knowledgeable.
We waited 10 minutes to be helped, and then were told a tour bus of 50 people were about to arrive. The staff seemed flustered and annoyed we wanted to do a tasting (it's a wine tasting room at a vineyard), so they told us a tasting was not possible. We were hastily poured a glass of white wine (we came to Chianti to drink.. Chianti), and shooed outside to clear room for the busload of tourists. There way to have a positive experience when things are busy, but unfortunately that was not our experience The view from the patio looked nice.