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Avignonesi Winery Fattoria Le Capezzine

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"This estate is a top producer of Vino Nobile and offers the quintessential dreamy wine tasting lunch experience among other activities and tours. Check their website to see all of their offerings and make reservations if necessary. Most experiences require reservations, but the wine bar is great for wine tasting and a light lunch with no reservations required. The cellar door experience offers a lunch platter for two to be enjoyed at the wine bar or on the outside terrace. Small group tours/tastings last 1.5 hours. Fill out and submit the online form to request. The Grand Experience includes a guided tour followed by a gourmet lunch on the terrace. Fill out the booking form to request. They also offer cooking classes and private dinners. "
"The stunning Avignonesi winery, located in the village of Valiano near Montepulciano, produces eight red wines (including an award-winning merlot), a chardonnay, and three grappas. The winery boasts one of Italy’s most ancient and beautiful wine cellars, allegedly built in the late 16th century. We recommend the general tour, which takes you through the vineyards, cellar and attic, followed by an excellent four-course meal with wine pairings."
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"Founded in the 16th century by a French family from Avignon, this winery is famous for its Vin Nobile and Vin Santo (an Italian dessert wine)."

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