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Private jet charter to Tuscany

Travel to Tuscany for the same reasons Shelley, Stendhal and Twain did—to behold the astonishing light and breathtaking views, and to learn the secrets of life well lived. Of course, we'd add one more key ingredient: the world-class wine. Don't get us wrong, the sumptuous spreads laid out by our close friends, the behind-the-scenes tours of medieval towns and the spectacular biking through picturesque hills provide more than enough reason to visit. But trust us, when you sip award-winning wine under the Tuscan sun where it was born, you'll understand our oenological obsession. And just as a good wine needs a complementary pairing, so does your trip to Tuscany. Round out your B&R trip with our private jet charter services for an unforgettable experience.

Day by Day

  • Welcome to Tuscany, where our friends are your friends—and we have great ones. Homemade pasta and nonna's hospitality abound. Relax and enjoy it.
  • Pedal out into the vine-covered hills of Chianti and be rewarded with a glass of its namesake after the ride.
  • Dine on bruschetta off the grill topped and try a thick, Florentine-style T-Bone steak. Afterwards, dunk your biscotti in a vino santo knowing you've immersed your palate in all things Tuscan.

Insider Access: Tuscany

The vantage point your private terrace overlooking the Piazza del Campo offers is impressive for witnessing the spectacle that is the Palio di Siena (a setting rife with Tuscans dressed in medieval garb and, on occasion, top British agents dressed in impossibly tailored Tom Ford suits). Celebrate all things Tuscan with a glass of Prosecco and watch fantini (jockeys) compete fiercely for the pride of their neighborhoods.

From The Slow Road, the blog of Butterfield & Robinson

Vines 101: Chianti Wine

The quality of Chianti wine today is largely a product of the early winemaking efforts of the 'Iron Baron'..."

Bettino Ricasoli,
Second Prime Minister of unified Italy

Immersion Kit: Tuscany

Few other regions have contributed as much to our modern-day conception of Italy as Tuscany.