Cantina Antinori, San Casciano in Val di Pesa

(4/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
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  • Pleasant welcome and flawless English. Visit a bit expensive with some unexpected style to a place of excellence and above all from a Marquis (although bravo merchant)! In fact don't change the glasses in a wine tasting and the other thing they do to people's House! The place is nice and built to zero impact on the landscape, so it has the charm of the ancient Tuscan wine cellars. Wines can also give it to you dear, a meter oil price. I don't recommend it.
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  • We hired a car as we were staying in Florence itself. The wine tasting and tour was good however if you have booked lunch/dinner be aware that the restaurant closes at 4 and even though you book toget...  more »
  • Beautiful memory of the estate and cellars. Fabulous location for tourists in the area, not only for the excellent wine to taste and purchase but also for the chance to see the entire structure. A eulogy at extremely competent guides. Good lunch at the restaurant of the estate, fast service despite the tacky room.
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  • The architecture is a amazing, possibly my favourite building in the world. The lunch there was great, service was excellenct. Though the shop experience and trasting was borderline insulting. I understand Antinori are overwhelmingly popular due to there outstanding wine but it's simply rude to treat paying customers like cattle. We ended up only buying three bottles as it seems staff didn't have time to help with purchases. (to be fair it was the end of day and they seemed understaffed). We ended up buying our cases from other producers which at least turned out to be educational and pleasant.
  • Trading off their building rather than their wine. Expensive tastings payed for by the glass (€6-15). Staff were uninterested and unhelpful with advice and information about the wines. Wine was very forgettable. I don't mind paying to taste nice wines but expect quality and service.
  • Very impressive building with corten steel! A lot of possibilities to learn about Antinori and the DOCG wines. You can book a tour, taste wines or have a delightful lunch over here. Be sure to book a tour in advance, and also take care about their closing times, way too early for Italian manners. The place on the other hand is quit commercial, if you're looking for a picturesque winehouse > go elswhere! If you want to know about the Antinori wines and family > go there!
  • Rather unfriendly staff and very less in common with a traditional winery. The wine is great of course but if you are after a 'Tuscan experience' you might be better off some place else
  • Stunning building. Wonderful, friendly, passionate, knowledgeable staff.