The Hills of the Chianti are a zone of the Tuscany between the province of Florence, Siena and Arezzo.
To plunge in the green landscape of the Chianti means to find hills forged by the presence of men, but that are integrated with imposing castles, walls, ancient stones, medieval churches and villages.
In the Chianti this magic of the landscape is not only respected, but quite valued: in Castelnuovo Berardenga it has been created the Museum of the Landscape.
Perhaps what rendered the zone of the Chianti famous is… the Chianti! In fact from the geographic name derives the name of this excellent red wine, perhaps the Italian wine for antonomasia. In the local cookery it is used very much, both as an ingredient for tasty meals and to accompany the typical dishes with extraordinary taste.
Here you can taste delicious meats (beef, but also the game, as an example wild boar, hare, pheasant) and cheeses, fruits and vegetable, and, at the end, extremely good sweets.