4 based on 131 reviews
I never ever had such salt food. The crostine were like taking a bite out of the sea. Just awefull. The caprese is a laugh, the mozzarella is of the cheap kind you find in the supermarkets. You wont see me here if you do decide to pay this place a visit.
4 based on 297 reviews
As my wife and I walked through a small antique market in Carmignano, we noticed the happy clients having lunch at this fine osteria. We decided to follow the "crowd" and we were not disappointed. We were welcomed and promised a table shortly even though we did not have reservations. I enjoyed a mushroom risotto primi and my wife enjoyed her zucchini soup. She also enjoyed her fried pollo main course and I really liked my bean and ragu. It was a delightful meal served in a warm, welcoming family restaurant. I complimented Francesco, the owner, on his fine restaurant as I paid our bill, he said it all when he replied, "It's a family business."We enjoyed Osteria Su Oe 'i' Canto and plan to return with friends.
4 based on 264 reviews
Our Wine bar is situated on top of a hill in the historic winery of Capezzana. We offer a variety of Tuscan gourmet specialties combined with our famous wines, overlooking the view of our ancient and precious vineyards. "La Vinsantaia" was created to welc
We visited La Vinsantaia di Capezzana last month while on our Vineyard and Villa's tour. WOW...we were so impressed with the whole estate, but especially the views. We started by having an amazing lunch outside on their patio with the best views ever of Tuscany's hills. Our meal started with a simple salad and of course, a glass of wine. Then we had a pasta dish with tomatoes & pesto sauce and more wine. Then we ended with a huge platter of different cheeses and smoked meats and olives and more wine. After our meal, we toured to a building where they dried their sweet grapes for their Vinsinto 2008 ...very much similar to our desert wines back here in Canada! Then we went underground & toured their wine collection dating back to 1925. Truly amazing and we also were shown the room they blocked off during World War 2 to hide their wine and works of art from the Nazi's. After this we went back up and toured the room where they press their olives for Extra Virgin Olive Oil...very expensive equipment is used in this procedure! This indeed was an amazing place to visit and we got some pretty amazing pictures to help us remember our time here for years to come!
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