Wine harvest in Tuscany
Join in the excitement of the wine harvest in Tuscany! Spend the morning in the vineyard and witness the grape harvest. Enjoy lunch at the historic San Miniato estate.
What you’ll do
- Witness the Tuscan wine harvest
- Enjoy lunch at the estate
Price per person: € 55
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What to expect
We are happy to share the joy of the Tuscan wine harvest with you! We will welcome you to our biodynamic farm to savour the taste of the grape harvest in Tuscany, as it was once done.
In the morning, we will accompany you to the vineyard to participate in the harvest. All together, young and old, we will enjoy a unique experience that leaves an indelible souvenir in the memory of those who live it. And then a lunch to celebrate the fruit of the Tuscan grape harvest!
|Where||San Miniato, Pisa – 50 min from Florence|
|When||During the grape harvest – Monday to Friday
Duration 5 hours
|Start time||10 a.m. – flexible start time, by agreement|
|What’s not included||
Price per person: € 55
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The Food Expert:
The estate lies in the hills of San Miniato, an ancient medieval village in the province of Pisa, along the route of the Via Francigena. The property extends over a single hillock, 40 hectares cultivated with vineyards, olive groves and arable land. The vineyards are located about 100 metres above sea level and the varieties grown are typical of the Tuscan wine-growing tradition, including Sanforte, an almost disappeared native of which we have recovered the genetic heritage.
Cancellation policy: all bookings for the wine harvest in Tuscany can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.
The winery is located on the hills of San Miniato, an ancient medieval village in the heart of Tuscany in the Province of Pisa, along the route of the Via Francigena, land of wines and white truffles (the precious Tuber Magnatum).
The estate, owned by our family since 2000, covers a single hill, 40 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and arable land. The vineyards are located about 100 metres above sea level and the grape varieties that we have been growing are typical of the Tuscan wine tradition, including the Sanforte, an almost disappeared native grape variety of which we have recovered the genetic heritage.
Our passion is biodynamics: doing agriculture following the methods of biodynamic farming means not only excluding the use of chemical and synthetic fertilisers, but also regenerating the soil and the plants through biological activators that help them find their nourishment in the soil itself.