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Grape Stomping in Tuscany

Crush grapes like the Romans did, with wine tasting and lunch at a Tuscan villa

from € 135.00

Discover traditional wine-making methods during this complete wine tour in one of Italy's top producing regions! 

Highlights of the Grape Stomping in Tuscany include:

  • Visit a historic villa and estate vineyard
  • Learn about the harvest process and discover how the grapes are turned into award-winning wine on a guided tour of the cellar
  • Try your hand (or rather, foot) at the traditional pigeage method
  • Partaking in a tradition that dates back to at least 3rd century CE with the first representations of grape stomping depicted at a Roman harvest party
  • Enjoy a traditional lunch with a glass of wine served pool-side* 
  • You can even take a dip if you'd like to enjoy a swim in the pool, surrounded by stunning views. 

The finer details of the Grape Stomping in Tuscany:

Includes: a private return transfer from Florence, vineyard and cellar visit, stomping (pigeage) plus lunch with wine. 

Availability: This activity is available upon confirmation from 1st September to 9th October. Additional dates may be available upon request.

Minimum required to confirm the tour: 2 persons


a private return transfer from Florence, vineyard and cellar visit, stomping (pigeage) plus lunch with wine. 

Not included: Optional gratuities
Important information

Weather: *In cases of wet weather, lunch will be served in the cellar instead. 

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