Tuscany provides several wonderful opportunities to discover why its wines are so good – through our wine tasting and wine cellar tours. Undoubtedly, Chianti classico and the neighboring area of Chianti, just south of Florence, is one of the best known valleys and wine producing areas. Offering a wide selection of labels, production styles and recipes that exalt the Sangiovese grape which date all the way back to 1716 and beyond. Montepulciano enters into the zone of Vino Nobile. Pilgrims have been coming to Assisi, Italy since the 13th century to venerate St. Francis, who was born and buried here, but you don’t have to be religious to enjoy the beauty of this town. Framed by the long, undulating hills of Umbria, Assisi is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in the world and one of Italy’s most spell-binding gems.The entire town of Assisi is UNESCO World Heritage because of its plethora of art and historically significant buildings, like the Basilica di San Francesco.