Above: Enoteca Falorni, Greve in Chianti

Tuscany has no shortage ofenotecas(combination wine bar and shop) offering tastings. But in many of them, as is too often the case in Europe, one either has complimentary tastes of wines in order to decide which bottle(s) to buy, or one simply purchases wine by the glass, making it difficult to taste more than two without becoming intoxicated. Neither choice is ideal for the traveler interested in learning about Tuscany’s wines by comparing several examples in a row.

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Above: Enoteca Falorni, Greve in Chianti

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