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All reviews wine cellar tasting room etruscan cave high ceilings several floors super tuscan lasagna wine home light lunch huge wine barrels wild boar taste wines worth a visit take home different wines bread guided tour
Been there in May 2016 during Cantine Aperte. The cellar is really spectacular and worth to visit. However no tour was provided by cantina. It was no problem for me as the whole event is free and it was great just to see the place.
We stumbled into this winery/tasting room and giggled as we walked down and down and down the stairs, past barrels that were larger than any I've ever seen and finally landed in the tasting room. Some people seem to use this as a cut-through or...More
This winery was recommended by Alina at il Fontanaro. It was fantastic beautiful wine in a cellar built in the 5th century BC. We tasted 4 wines including a dessert wine. It was served with meats, cheese, bread with melted cheese and balsamic and chocolate....More
This is a neat old place! You go down several flights of stairs, seeing many parts of the wine cellar on the way. Huge wine barrels! When you reach the tasting room, you are greeted and given crackers and a choice of wines to taste....More
If you want to taste the best of Montepulciano this is the address. Make sure to reserve the full tasting matched with local delicious food like lasagna pasta and ham and cheese!
Every year we order wine there! And we will for the rest of...More
We enjoyed our visit to this beautiful old wine cellar very much. We took our time admiring the under ground cellar before sitting in a large dining room for our wine tasting and light lunch. We were lucky enough to have the owner of this...More
It was a wine tasting paired with food which doubled as a lunch. They were friendly, informative had good wine. They were not stingy with the tastings. The cellar was fun to tour and you were not rushed. You were able to spend as much...More