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In chianciano there're just a few things to do, but the area is a unbelivable for its food and wine and for typical old town. Chianciano historical town is very nice too. But close to Chainciano there are many other small town to get a look: Pienza, San Quirico d'Orcia, Bagno Vignoni, Montepulciano, Montalcino. The same Siena is not very far. So chianciano can be used to be a start point to view all the surroundings. But come back to the title. A day in chianciano. A taste of good wine can be done in Azienda Agricola Fontanelle, porta del Sole, just before the beginning of the old chianciano town. You have to taste Chianti, Chianti riserva, Nobile di Montepulciano, Rosso di Montepulciano and Stiglianese, all these with some bruschette with their olio and some cinta senese'ham. they have cinta senese's pigs. Another place where to taste great wine is Luteraia close to Montepulciano. The owner will talk you for hours let you taste his unbelivable wine. To close the day a dinner to La Pietriccia for an unforgettable tuscany food.
Written Sep 5, 2012
Address: Chianciano - Montepulciano
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Updated Nov 2, 2009
Phone: 39 578 68480
Once you eat in this hidden agriturismo you will never eat better in all tuscany.
Agriturismo slow food that cook just what it produces.
You can find the real fiorentina just when available.
You have to reserve one day before at least. You cannot go there and eat as a normal restaurant.
The atmosphere is really friendly.
There no any menu but you will eat what they will cook that day.
Favorite Dish: Pici and fiorentina (on request to reserve at least one day before)
Written Sep 5, 2012
my girlfriend and i visited chianciano at the
beginning of April and the whole place was completely shut down. It was full of very odd people and the only place we could find to eat was a german restaurant. This place is apparently full to the seams in summer as it is known for its thermal baths. In the winter however, its better known for its "post- nuclear fall out" appeal.
I warn against going at all costs.
Written Dec 15, 2004