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Poggio Rubino, Montalcino
(4.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • The cellar tour here is phenomenal -- everything is clean and shiney. The winery made major equipment investments recently and the operation is very impressive. Everything is orderly and well kept. I ...  more »
  • This vineyard is one of the best in Montalcino in Tuscany Italy, it is a place with an incredible steeped in history view, attention is by Anthony Freveletti, which in addition to know much about wine is a great friend, first care you actually feel in an Italian film, the food they offer is of more than excellent prepared by a lady who has a unique seasoning and 100% Italian, thank you as well to Ana Maria Madafari for bringing us to this wonderful vineyard.
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  • Reading the reviews, we had many expectations on the tour much to choose the option "light lunch". The estate is very nice, the girls who were driving by British and Spanish tourists seemed very friendly and funny. Instead we felt very comfortable, for heaven's sake, no one was rude, but I think there is a difference between treating someone with professional courtesy and make him feel at ease. However, the guided tour was very short, then we sit down for lunch-tasting which provided a cutting board for two, pici all'aglione (email options were pici with ragù di Chianina, wild boar, garlic ...), and for dessert a piece of chocolate salami (by email was written various traditional sweets). The food wasn't bad but it gave the impression of wanting to "feed" off easy. Total cost, 60 euros for two.
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