Eat at a Winery Restaurant in Tuscany - Recommendations and a Map

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This farm restaurant offers all dishes from local Tuscan products and seasonal menu.

Taste wild boar meat which is the symbolic dish for the Castle of Verrazzano, as Verro-zano stands for the boar area.  

Pair food with Castello di Verrazzano estate wines available by the glass.

Rinuccio 1180 is the rooftop restaurant at Antinori Nel Chianti Classico.

The restaurant is surrounded by rolling Tuscan hills scattered with olive groves and historic churches.

Named after the forefather of the Antinori family, Rinuccio degli Antinori, the restaurant offers a wide selection of the Antinori family’s wines. 

Menus are seasonal, traditional Tuscan dishes are prepared with a contemporary interpretation.

Campo del Drago is a restaurant at Castiglion Del Bosco winery and hotel near Montalcino.

It serves upscale classical Italian dishes for breakfast and dinner.  

 

 

The restaurant awarded a Michelin star was founded in 2000 by Marcello Crini, the enthusiast of traditional Tuscan cuisine and wine culture, and Allegra Antinori. 

The Antinori family owns the surrounding vineyards used in making Chianti Classico Reserve wine “Badia a Passignano”.

The Restaurant Osteria di Passignano is open every day, for lunch and dinner, except Sunday, when only lunch is served.

The restaurant is located inside Castello Vicchiomaggio in a beautiful renaissance hall with vaulted ceilings.

This is an excellent place to try typical Tuscan dishes accompanied by Chianti Classico wines.

In the summer, the service is in the garden overlooking the hills and vineyards of Greve.

The restaurant is open for lunch Friday through Sunday, and for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays.

Restaurant Gualdo del Re is famous for imaginative yet traditional Maremma quality cuisine and its pairing with the estate’s own wines. 

Located just four miles from the sea in front of the Island of Elba, the estate is surrounded by the a natural amphitheater of hills.

Right of Via Bolgherese, the “wine road”,  Osteria del Tasso is a small restaurant in the vineyards of the Antinori family’s historic Tenuta Guado al Tasso.

You can book a dinner or lunch inside, in one of the internal rooms where the historical vintages of Volpaia wines are kept or on the terrace.  Menu is seasonal, supplemented by fresh local produce from own organic gardens.

 

Villa Pianigiani is an ancient mansion within Castello di Ama welcoming guests in numerous private rooms with original frescoes and fireplaces. In the summer, the two terraces allow you to enjoy the quiet landscape of the vineyards and the village. 

Seasonal menu, refined Tuscan cuisine, and romantic atmosphere await you at this restaurant.

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