Gastronomy Holidays Tuscany

Wine Tour of Tuscany

Wander down the cobbled streets of medieval Tuscan towns. Amble your way through acres of lush vineyards. Uncover the secrets locked away in ancient wine cellars. And, of course, savour the flavours of delectable local wines, cheeses, cured meats and olive oils. 

This 6-night Wine Holiday in Tuscany is an exclusive experience of Italian indulgence. Staying in one of Tuscany's most celebrated towns, Cortona, and with days perfectly planned, you'll be treated to an authentic insight into the wine culture of this picture perfect region. This is a holiday where friendships are forged over meals that can last hours and where every mouthful and sip is an event to be savoured.

You'll have plenty of time to relax during this holiday, but your taste buds won't. As well as the wines, you'll sample local olive oils, vinegars, breads, meats and cheeses. You'll learn how to pair flavours and apply what you've learnt to your own cooking and entertaining.

Ideal for novices and those with a more experienced nose, countless tastings - all fun and informal -  will introduce you to a whole new way of appreciating Italy's finest wines, including Chianti, Prosecco and Montepulciano. 

And, as always with Frui, our attentive guides and tutors will organise everything for you and cater for your every need. Everything from shopping trips, personal guides, excursions, restaurants, accommodation and transfers - it's like having your very own butler with you on holiday! You won't need to worry about a thing, allowing you to focus on having fun, relaxing and being creative.

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30 Jun – 6 Jul 2018 Book Now

Tailored tours

As well as our fixed dates, Frui also offer tailored gastronomy holidays experiences to individuals and groups. Please contact one of our gastronomy holidays holiday specialists by emailing

“I go home feeling empowered and like I have genuinely learnt something.”

Why you’ll love this holiday

‘The holiday was so well planned and the attention to detail was great. It meant I could relax, get to know everyone and take lots of pictures.’

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