WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE WINE TOUR IN THE MONTECHIARI REGION ITALY – APPROX. 2 HOURS

Accessible Wine Tour In Italy Hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Wine tasting
  • Brunch or snacks

Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation
  • Requires little walking/rolling

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 2 hours
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Officially licensed guide
  • Door to door
  • Pick-up from your accommodation, airport or cruise port

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
Wine Tour with brunch or snacks Wine master at work
Red grapes

About the tour

Indulge yourself in the world of wine in the beautiful countryside of Italy. Nourish your senses and get pampered during this wine tour, where you get to taste five fabulous wines while you enjoy a gorgeous view. And that is not all. Moreover, during this wine tour in Montechiari, you have the option to have a brunch that makes you never want to leave. Another option is to try delicious snacks.

The hills of Montechiari

From the highest point of the hills of Montechiari, you are amazed to discover a fabulous 360° view covering San Miniato. The hills of Pisa. The valley of the Serchiohe incredible city of Lucca. The Valdineviole. Montevettolini. And the summit of Abetone. The winery that you are visiting offers one of the best views imaginable.

The with vineyards and olive groves covered hills of Montechiari are a lust for the eye. This region is known for producing exceptional wines that are among the best of Tuscany. The reason why they are the best is that the fertile soil consists of ancient alluviums with a lot of clay, flints and stones, and loam. Each parcel has fantastic and well-oriented exposure to the sun. With the help of new technologies, the winery produces great organic wines of high quality, full of character, and with flavors directly from the soil.

Panoramic view

Your Wine tour in Montechiari starts with a panoramic view of Lucca, Collodi, Montecatini, and the Apennine’s peaks. Followed by a wheelchair accessible tour over the vineyards and the cellars, together with a wine master. During the tour, you learn everything there is to know about the art of making wine. The perfect moment for you to ask the master about the process of winemaking, the vineyards, and the wine business itself. Furthermore, you enjoy the wine tasting and brunch or snacks. Depending on the weather conditions, the tasting is either served on the panoramic terrace or inside.

What people say