come with us on a wine tour





san gimignano

Each winery visited is carefully selected and considered an excellent representation of its category. We choose wineries where we believe they offer you an experience you would never find on your own. Some wineries open their cellars only to our clients.

The itineraries usually contrast different realities, all of rigorously high-quality: well-known producers with lesser-known ones, large operations with small family ones. Travel times do not allow us to visit more than one wine-growing area per day, but we are happy to propose multi-day tours.




Over the years I have developed a broad and strong network in the Tuscan and Italian wine worlds. When I admire a wine and the way it is made, I want to get to know the people who made it. This has lead to a lot of strong friendships.

On my wine tours I want to introduce you to these friends and the unique realities of their wineries.

Each tour is different, as I want it to be the best that the season can offer, and match your interest and tastes as much as possible.
  • Wine tours are full-day affairs, usually beginning at the first winery at 10 am and concluding by 5 or 6 pm
  • A full-day includes 2 to 3 in-depth winery visits, tastings and lunch
  • We do not provide transportation but we can put you in touch with a great local company

All of our wine tour itineraries are created by Francesco Gronchi. The tours are led by Francesco or Annie.
Francesco is a sommelier, wine docent, and wine critic for Slow Food’s wine review, Slow Wine, as well as a lead guide for Rick Steves’ tours in Italy.