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We were very surprised to find such a great cellar and tasking room. We entered and went down stairs.. and kept going down.. down down. We were both getting excited as the air cooled as we descended. When we finally reached the cellar we had...More
As someone that operates a tour company in Italy that focuses on food and wine travel, I have seen a great many wine cellars... more than I even dare count. From the most modern, to the most ancient; from the huge corporate wineries to the...More
The extensive history of the wine cellar and the guided tour was amazing.. A cellar 300 years BC with a rich family history.. Don't miss this place.. The staff told great stories about the history of the family.. Just fab.. We will go back and...More
We came here multiple times on our stay and bought quite a few bottles. They literally have some of the best wines in the area and a great staff. It is worth checking out just to see the cellars in all reality. Check it out,...More
The walk down through the system of caverns and cellars was pretty cool, but the actual wine tasting was pretty lame, with small servings and a €3 charge per person if you don't buy a bottle. It was all pretty impersonal, and we didn't actually...More
This place is a little difficult to find, but is just down the street from the main Piazza. You enter where you see the "Redi" sign and go down to the cellar. We went through the cellar did our own tour before entering the automatic...More
De'Ricci (also known as Cantina del Redi) was the first wine cellar we visited in Montepulciano. Redi is located just a few buildings down a side street off the main square, Piazza Grande. Enter the courtyard, turn right and go down the stairs into the...More
A wonderful stop in Montepulciano! From the street you descend into a wonderful cellar. It is truly spectacular. Not only is it a wonderful cellar, but the oversize wine casks are in an Etruscan cave. An exceptional stop to make!
We walked in off the main street leading from the Duomo, and started our decent into the cellar, actually it was more like the journey to the center of the earth, down and down we went until we hit the start of the cellar, vast...More