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Looking for a Winery Tour in Tuscany---Few Specifics to the Tour

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Hey guys! I completely recognize that there are tons of posts about winery tours in Tuscany (and I have read Rick Steve's book on Tuscany as well and looked up those tours). Here's my problem. My husband and I are winos, wine snobs: whatever you want to call us, we will accept the name. His family lives out in California in an awesome wine region and we did 11 wineries in two days once (yes, food was needed intermittently!). All the tours I have looked at in Tuscany are 1 or 2 wineries. Through research, I know that wineries in Italy are a bit different than the States and that many are not just open all the time (thus, making it hard to winery hop).

So, with all this being said, has anyone taken (or know of) a tour that hits more wineries than 2? I will even take 3 at this point! I haven't really made a decision whether I want to focus on Chianti or go the Brunello or Montepulciano route. Guess it depends on what tours are available. We will be based out of Florence and are looking for something that won't completely empty our pockets (we are foodies too...not the best financial combo!). Maybe under 150-175 euro pp.

Thanks in advance for anyone's help!

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