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Tuscany Wine Tour Company

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So my husband and I are not huge fans of tour groups. Brings back images of cow herding. Anyhoo, we were looking to book a good wine tour company to take us to a few wineries in Tuscany. Probs Chianti region but we are open. We will have a car but I wasn't exactly interested in drinking a bunch of wine and driving. We will be staying 40 minutes south east of Florence and can easily connect with a tour there, if the tour company doesn't do hotel pickup. My Grandfather suggested Viator for a listing of a bunch of tours. However, I was wondering if anyone had any good experiences with a local company that did tours. We don't mind doing group tours either. We definitely love wine and have been to our fair share of wineries, so we were looking for a tour that hit a few wineries (aka. more than 1).

Suggestions?? Appreciate ya'lls help!

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