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rsnow5 wrote a review Jun 2016
Croton on Hudson, New York77 contributions18 helpful votes
The wine, the olive oil, the people and the setting are all spectacular! What fun we had! And the wines are just delicious. We loved the "old" style chianti they make and the "new" Chianti is just great.
Date of experience: July 2015
afbarwig wrote a review Dec 2009
Stuart, Florida6 contributions3 helpful votes
We loved this winery in Chianti. The wine was great and the staff were so personable. Laura (the owner) gave us a tour and Angela assisted with the wine tasting. Their English was great and we learned a lot. We would definitely visit here again.
Joshua G wrote a review Nov 2009
Saratoga Springs, New York4 contributions
We found this lovely little place after meeting some people at another vineyard. We were warmly welcomed and given tour and of course tasted some of their wine outside on the picnic tables. The wine and views were great!
Devin_TX wrote a review Oct 2009
San Angelo, TX1 contribution4 helpful votes
We had a wonderful time enjoying the beauty of Chianti and some delicious wine. Nestled up in the hills of Chianti is a charming winery named PoggioantinorA Di Luca Brandani. We toured their facilities with our kids and enjoyed seeing all of the old antique tools that have been used to produce wine and olive oil in this location for decades. After touring their musem we enjoyed a wine and olive oil tasting on a beautiful patio overlooking the vineyard. All in all it was a great spot and we would highly reccomend it to folks that love wine and olive oil.…
rabconn wrote a review Oct 2009
Cheshire, Connecticut2 contributions4 helpful votes
My wife & I recently returned from a stay in Chianti, and while we were there enjoyed a most memorable experience at PoggioAntinora. It was more than just a wine tasting. They also press their own olive oil (which they sample as well), and they have a museum with a collection of artifacts detailing the family history at the winery, as well as the history of wine making from earlier days until today. For the actual wine tasting, we were seated on an outdoor patio as a selection of their wines were presented along with samples of meats and cheeses, even chocolate for the dessert wine. The host was great at explaining the wines and how they are made, and she answered all of our questions. We were a little disappointed we did not actually get to see the wine making and storage area of the winery, but overall this was a wonderful wine tasting experience.…