Reviews on Wine Bar food in Montefalco, Province of Perugia, Italy. Montefalco is a town and comune in the central part of the Italian province of Perugia (Umbria), on an outcrop of the Colli Martani above the flood plain of the Clitunno river, 7 km (4 mi) SE of Bevagna, 11 km (7 mi) SW of Foligno, and 9 km (5.5 mi) NW of Trevi.
Things to do in Montefalco
5 based on 205 reviews
Experience and passion in the eno-gastronomic field to provide the customer the best possible combination of food and wine, as well as advise on how to orientate in the purchase of local wines and local products but not only, even with great expertise on
We have eaten at this recently opened Osteria/ enotecca for supper, lunch and occasional breakfast eight times in March and April. One evening meal was very good indeed as were two breakfasts. The coffee is good, but cappuccinos were not. But three other evening meals were very disappointing. Dry main courses and warmed up pasta, i.e. not freshly cooked were the main problems. The service was variable, sometimes ok, sometimes indifferent and even disdainful. Cappuccinos at most recent breakfast were served with longlife milk and stale cornetti. A great shame because when it is good it is very good. We will not go back until we hear they have got their act together.NeedDear Highbury19,thank you for sharing your feedback. We are glad that you have come to our osteria 8 times.. the problem is that we do not remember You! Are You sure you have reviewed the right place? We have this strong doubt also because your statements are not correct: we never serve warmed pasta and our cornetti with homemade jam are always fresh as well as the milk. We are very sorry because maybe you have confused our osteria with some other place, However, we invite you to come and visit us as soon as possible. Our best regards.
In our restaurant you will find carefully selected wines and products, both in Montefalco and throughout the country. Our choices have been made by favoring organic, biodynamic, natural cellars or small cellars that pass on their passion for the land in t
This place knows its wines, and with the out door seating area with views across the valley, and tasty plates of local provender this is a great place to wind down and soak up the atmosphere at the end of the day.
We were hosted by Le Cimate in the Spring; I took a group of my University seniors, studying business at The American University of Rome. We had a fabulous lunch, with pairings of delicious dishes with a variety of Le Cimate's wines. The owner spoke with us about the joys and challenges of managing a lively, growing, entrepreneurial wine business. The facility is beautiful, the tour of the vineyard was very interesting, and we had a chance to stock up on the Cantina's wines at great prices. Highly recommend a visit!
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