Cupola of San Michele Arcangelo and environs
Wines from the Panzano area at an event organized by the Panzano grape-growers consortium, which for years has been promoting totally organic viticulture throughout the territory. Last year, together with the town council, it created the first Italian Organic Grape District.
Another of the most interesting festivals in Sienese Chianti, with a great food & wine offer concluding with the famous dinner in the village square and the awarding of the plaque honoring Silvio Gigli (who ideated and for years emceed the festival) to entertainment celebrities.
An event featuring winemakers from throughout Chianti Classico. Purchasing a tasting glass engraved with the number of the edition you can sample the wines from a selection of more than 50 exhibitors in the splendid setting of the Greve in Chianti piazza. Collateral events during the expo’s 4 days: music, entertainment, discussions and exhibits.
An event the town council organizes with the participation of the Greve’s traditional 8 neighborhoods. Over the years the town’s territory has divided into 8 “quarters”, taking their names from the place they represent: TORRE, PIAZZA, S. ANNA, IL PINO, LA FONTE, ETRUSCO, I CASTELLI, S. FRANCESCO. Every year a shared theme links the 8, whose inhabitants (more than 700 people) parade through town.
A traditional festival, one of the most interesting in Sienese Chianti for its great food & wine; a torchlight parade commemorates the historic Battle of Monteaperti.
On the second weekend of every month from 9 am to 8 pm Piazza Matteotti hosts its traditional flea market, featuring food products, handicrafts, collector’s items and gadgets, organized by the town council together with the Centro Commerciale Naturale.
The second Saturday of every month, from 9 am to 1 pm in Piazza Rosselli there is the “Mercatale della Valdelsa” where shoppers can purchase local products and thereby valorize territorial production (seasonal fruit and vegetables, cheeses, honey, legumes and cereals, fresh eggs, meats, cold cuts, naturally leavened bread and bakery products, wine and aromatized oil. Local handicrafts).