Visit the town of Impruneta and see the terracotta furnaces and local pottery that has been made in this town since the 11th century. Wander through the charming towns of Greve, the main town in Chianti, and Castellina, an ancient hamlet set on a hillside between rolling vineyards and olive groves. Stroll around the enchanting castle of Montefioralle and admire the breathtaking views of Chianti and other fortresses that once formed the league of Chianti in the 13th century.
Consider the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera and visit a local Chianti wine estate. See where the grapes are crushed, where the wine is stored and later bottled and then sit back and savour the complex and fruity flavours prevalent in Tuscan wine.
Discover Montalcino, a hilltop town where the internationally famous Brunello di Montalcino wine is from. Explore the mystical abbey of Sant'Antimo and visit a local winery where you can learn about the passion that goes into making this wine and meet those who produce it.
Hire a Lamborghini in Siena and take life one sip at a time with a tour of the Chianti wine region.