Driving the Ferrari Spider in Tuscany, in the Chianti area is pure magic .. In Chianti there are the most beautiful roads in Europe, full of curves where you can taste the speed, the sound of the Ferrari V8 engine and taste the wind in your hair . Breathtaking landscapes, medieval towns, tasty food, good wine and the smile of the locals are waiting for you ...
The Tour Director is a Ferrari expert, he will explain in detail how to drive Ferrari and thanks to a powerful radio (walkie-talkie) he will always be in contact with you. Your Tour director on board his staff car will guide you in this wonderful experience, taking care of every detail to make your trip unique and unforgettable
Ferrari Rental 1 Day (8 hours) - Tour Director - Car Insurance - Staff Car - Radio Walkie Talkie
GST (Goods and Services Tax)
Tour Director Travel & Living
What's Not Included
Gas for the Ferrari
TRAVELER: Age: 0 - 120
Specialized infant seats are available
You only need valid Driver License
Public transportation options are available nearby
Suitable for all physical fitness levels
All sales are final. No refund is available for cancellations.
What To Expect
Volterra is a charming town situated in the province of Pisa, not far from Florence, Siena and the coast as well. It is well known for its Etruscan origins and for the many remains belonging to this era.
Ideal place for a small break and sightseeing ...
Admission Ticket Free
Bolgheri is a relatively young yet prestigious Italian appellation located in the Maremma on the Tuscan coast just to the south of Livorno, and named after a town in the north of the region. It is known mainly for deeply colored, supple yet ageworthy red wines, usually based on the Bordeaux grape varieties. The winemaking zone features sloping coastal vineyards close to the Tyrrhenian Sea.
As recently as the 1970s, the area had little reputation for wine production, regarded elsewhere in Tuscany as something of a swampy zone producing fairly nondescript white wines and rosés, and better suited to other farming, in contrast to the prime Tuscan vineyards further up in the hills. Then, in 1978, in an infamous blind tasting arranged by Decanter Magazine, the 1972 vintage of a largely unknown wine called Sassicaia, made at Tenuta San Guido estate of the Marchese Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, beat a number of top Bordeaux wines. Wine had been made at Tenuta San Guido in a rather rustic fashion for personal consumption for some years previously, and only commercialized from the 1968 vintage, but this early example of a more polished version made by legendary winemaking consultant Giacomo Tachis led to an awakening of interest in the region.
Here we will have lunch at Tenuta San Guido Osteria - typical local cusine
Admission Ticket Free
After lunch we will go to visit Argentiera Wine Estate - One of the most representative estates of Bolgheri is born from a harmonious union between the strength and elegance of nature and the patience of man, whom - out of respect for this dichotomy - produces wines of great style.
A visit immersed in the harmony of nature and a guided tasting by our experts in our Wine Library allows you to fully discover Tenuta Argentiera.
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