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We stopped at the Cantina de’Ricci on our way from Rome to Florence at the recommendation of our driver, and our experience validated the decision to take a car and stop along the way versus taking the high speed train. Nestled near the summit of...More
We booked a tour of cantina de ricci through ‘getyourguide.com’. Although it is possible to go in the cellars for free, we found the tour to be much more informative and learnt a lot about this historic building.
The tour starts in the cellars and...More
We have visited this winery and have brought back friends and family each time we return to Montepulciano! We love the winery, tour, lunch and owners! The family has now become part of our "American" family and I highly recommend you book a tour and...More
Went on a wine and culinary tour (April 2018) of Tuscany with Chris and Mary Gluck of Wine Vault and Bistro of San Diego, California. This was one impressive winery! After having us descend two flights of steep stairs, the barrel room opened up as...More
If you are visiting the Tuscan Hill Town of Montepulciano, be sure to pick up a few bottles of the namesake wine and what better place than Ricci Wine Cellars. Head deep down into the labyrinth of many levels until you reach the tasting room...More
We were pleasantly surprised and happy to be here. This huge cellar is well preserved and is truly a master in the art of wine making in Montepulciano. Their tasting session was a real treat. The Etruscan Cave gives a stunning preview of the way...More
To be honest, I have not seen many wine cellars. But in my humble opinion this is a very good one! We went down some stairs. Far, far down. So many stairs. But luckily we did not have to walk up all those stairs as...More
You have no idea as walk down the stairs that you are walking into history. The cellars are amazing. Even more so when you discover the well and the cave which dates back to 500 BC. The wine tasting experience is very good and not...More
This place is great for a fun climb down into their cellars. They have some impressive casks down there which may or may not contain any wine aging. Not much on info about the area however. My advice would be to skip the wine tasting...More
This was one of our best wine tours in Italy! Ron was our guide and he was fantastic! After taking an in-depth tour of the winery we tasted 3 different wines with a wonderful lunch and finished with a very special dessert wine! We stayed...More