Rolling hills, vineyards, tiny walled towns, abbeys and castles all abound in the Chianti region, which is situated between Florence and Siena and whose wine has earned itself a worldwide reputation. A trip to the region would not be complete without indulging in a comparison between a Chianti classico and a Chianti putto, as you take the time to enjoy a meal in one of the charming restored farmhouses run by the Agriturismo (rural tourist board).
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