If you taste the wine from Castelfalfi in one of the resort's restaurants, you'll want to know where it comes from. More than 24 hectares of the Tenuta di Castelfalfi - which would fit 34 football fields - are vineyards. Some of them were planted with new vines just a few years ago. 17 hectares are devoted to the famous Chianti alone. On a guided tour of the vineyards of Castelfalfi, you'll learn about the ancient tradition of wine-making. Each grape variety has different demands for soil quality, rain, and sun exposure. The star of Tuscan wines is the intense Sangiovese grape, which largely comprises a Chianti. If you want, you can also finish off the tour through the vineyards of Castelfalfi with a tasting of the resort's own six wines.