Where to eat.

Halliday - - Tuscany -

Not all of the winer­ies in Chi­anti in­clude restau­rants, but those that do have them of­fer vis­i­tors a wide range of de­li­cious lo­cal dishes and spe­cialty prod­ucts com­plete with wine pair­ing. Whether you opt for a restau­rant in one of the vil­lages or at a cel­lar door, you won’t be dis­ap­pointed. Ital­ians, and Tus­cans in par­tic­u­lar, take their food se­ri­ously and pre­pare it joy­ously, so ex­pect ev­ery­thing from cold plates of cheese, prosci­utto, olive oil and cros­tini to sub­stan­tial dishes of hand­made pap­pardelle with hare or wild boar ragu and, of course, the fa­mous Flint­stone­sized bis­tecca alla Fiorentina.

La Foreste­ria at Villa Cerna, Cec­chi Win­ery, Castel­lina In Chi­anti


An­tica Ma­cel­le­ria Cec­chini, Pan­zano


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