Winery Tour & Light Lunch in San Miniato
Visit the biodynamic vineyard and wine cellar of the historic residence in the hills of San Miniato. Enjoy a light lunch paired with the estate’s wines.
What you’ll do
- Walk in the vineyards
- Visit the wine cellar
- Learn more about natural wines
- Enjoy a light lunch
- Taste Tuscan wines
Price per person: € 45
What to expect
We will begin our visit in the biodynamic vineyard. We will show you the different varieties of traditional Tuscan vines and explain the biodynamic method we practise on the farm.
In the wine cellar, you will learn about the vinification phases of these natural wines. We will enjoy a light lunch with a platter of local cured meats and cheeses, main course and dessert, accompanied by 4 biodynamic wines from the estate.
|Where||San Miniato, Pisa – 50 min from Florence|
|When||Daily – duration 2.5 hours|
|Start time||10 a.m. – flexible start time, by agreement|
|What’s not included||
Price per person: € 45
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The Food Expert:
The estate lies in the hills of San Miniato, an ancient medieval village in the province of Pisa, along the route of the Via Francigena. The property extends over a single hillock, 40 hectares cultivated with vineyards, olive groves and arable land. The vineyards are located about 100 metres above sea level and the varieties grown are typical of the Tuscan wine-growing tradition, including Sanforte, an almost disappeared native of which we have recovered the genetic heritage.
Cancellation policy: all bookings for the wine experience in Tuscany can be cancelled within 3 days from the start date of the experience. Read the Terms and Conditions.
The winery is located on the hills of San Miniato, an ancient medieval village in the heart of Tuscany in the Province of Pisa, along the route of the Via Francigena, land of wines and white truffles (the precious Tuber Magnatum).
The estate, owned by our family since 2000, covers a single hill, 40 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and arable land. The vineyards are located about 100 metres above sea level and the grape varieties that we have been growing are typical of the Tuscan wine tradition, including the Sanforte, an almost disappeared native grape variety of which we have recovered the genetic heritage.