Vineria San Felice, Castelnuovo Berardenga

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Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
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  • A great experience and lovely place! The views and the buildings! I recommend! As you there you think you are at the heaven!  more »
  • We ended up searching San Felice winery after we've tasted an amazing wine in one of the Tuscany's famous "macellaria" - we got a wine card and tried some wines until I fell in love with Campogiovanni...  more »
  • We took the "standard tasting and tour" of the vineyard. We had a personalized tour (6 people) in the vineyard as well as in the house where the wine is aged in the bariques. We asked as many question...  more »
  • Absolutely amazing place. Top notch service, cleanliness, and quality. Gorgeous views and delightful people. Everyone was kind and welcoming. Only draw back is food could be a little pricey, but should be expected at a 4 star resort in my opinion. Be prepared to pay a good deal for a rental if you want to see the area on your own if you aren't going the tour option.
  • A visit here feels as if you've discovered a secluded Tuscan village that is just for you. Set amongst rolling vineyards, Borgo San Felice is the perfect place to embrace all that Tuscany has to offer. Enjoy a never-ending breakfast buffet before spending the day by the pool, getting up only to sample the wine made on premise or to play a match or two of tennis. Relax in the spa before feasting in their Michelin-starred restaurant followed by a scotch and cigar as you walk the property before turning in for the night and doing it all again tomorrow.
  • Words cant describe how amazing this place is to stay, eat, get married
  • I came here for the first time 5 years ago and was disappointed that the experience has gone downhill a lot since then. It's still nice, but it's really terrible value for money given the overall cost of the region. This is emphasized by the fact they charge you through the nose for everything -- food and drinks here cost 3-5 times what they do down the road (16 euros for a cocktail in tuscany!). The breakfast however was incredible, and the dinner we had was nice enough. We had some issues with our room -- the first room was incredibly noisy, you could hear everything from the stairwell, the people in the room next to you and above you. We complained about this and got moved (which they handled very well). However, the second room was better, but still had issues (the person in the neighboring room smoked so our room smelt like smoke), the air-con didn't work properly etc. All minor issues but not great for a 5-star hotel. Though some of the staff are nice, a lot of them behave with a dismissive air... basically the whole place feels a lot snobbier and elitist than it used to.
  • Absolutely beautiful place to visit! Well worth the visit. It's a Relais & Chateau property, so it goes without saying that the level is 5 star but so are the prices. We just visited and stopped for coffee (we were with family and we didn't pay for the coffee but I'm sure the price matched the level of excellence). Don't be put off with the negative reviews if you just want to visit, it's absolutely the prettiest "borgo" I've ever seen in Tuscany!