Definition of Chiantishire in US English:

Chiantishire

noun

British
humorous
  • The region of Tuscany in Italy, especially the area surrounding the Chianti Mountains, perceived in terms of its popularity as a holiday destination for British tourists and as a home for British expatriates.

Origin

1980s; earliest use found in The Independent. Humorously from the name of the Chianti Mountains + shire, as if representing the name of an English county.

Pronunciation

Chiantishire

/kɪˈantiʃ(ɪ)ə/