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What wineries to visit in Chianti?

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Greetings Fodorite Italophiles:

I'm the editor of the Fodor's guide to Tuscany, and for the new edition I'm putting together a winery-visiting itinerary for the Chianti Classico district. I've been working on it with a Tuscany-based writer, but I know that even a local may not have the breadth of experience that all of you do collectively. So, do you have any places you'd strongly recommend -- or any you'd recommend avoiding?

This is the preliminary list the writer and I have come up with:

Castello di Volpaia
Badia a Coltibuono
Castello di Verrazzano
Castello di Fonterutoli
Villa Vignamaggio

Many thanks for your help!

-- Matthew Lombardi

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