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Vignamaggio reached its maximum glory around the middle of the XVII century and belonged to the Gherardini family until the 1886. After being owned by the family of Gherardini it was purchased in 1925 by Countess Elena Sanminiatelli; her family...more
Localita Petriolo 5, 50022, Greve in Chianti, Italy
All reviews mona lisa wine tour celebrate our anniversary perfect place to relax stayed here stunning scenery salami chianti classico rooms are beautiful lovely lunch food pairings great tour excellent food glass of wine bread informative tour highlight of our trip
We did the Sunset Dinner and Tour at Vignamaggio during our trip to Greve in Chianti and it was one of the highlights of our vacation. From the glass of Prosecco before the tour started to the last sip of Vin Santo after dessert it...More
Really can’t fault this place. Excellent staff and facilities. One thing bugged us. Between us we racked up about 100 mosquito bites, more than all of my Asia holidays combined. Basically we’ve been savaged. Obviously this is an issue beyond the control of the hotel...More
We had been here several years ago but in the autumn. We again did a tour and lunch with tasting but this time is was on the patio. They do a really nice job and the wines are quite good.Lorenzo was our tour guide and...More
Amazing evening at Vignamaggio. This vineyard was recommended by the owner of the property where we were staying, Il Santo, so we knew it would be good. It is very tranquil and in a beautiful setting, said to have been visited by Mona Lisa and...More
I scheduled a cooking class for a friend and myself at Vignamaggio and it was the best I have taken. Emailing with Giovanna was very prompt and helpful. She was very patient with my inquiries and schedule changes. We picked a 6 course menu. The...More
We stopped here for tasting. We got 2 glasses of wine and sat out on their patio to enjoy the views and sip the chianti wine. We had 1 glass of chianti classico and 1 glass of chianti classico reserva. Both were very good.
There are not words to explain the beauty of Vignamaggio. The setting is extraordinary, the grounds are exquisite, the attention to detail is apparent everywhere you look. The staff are thoughtful and attentive. I was ill during my visit and the staff made a surprise...More