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We read about Podere Concori on Trip Advisor only 15 minutes before the tour was to start and it sounded wonderful so we checked with the front desk attendant of our hotel (Renaissance Tuscany Il Ciocco Resort & Spa) and she made a call and...More
We enjoyed a tour of the vineyard with an excellent explanation of the philosophy of biodynamic wine making. The food was perfect for the enjoyment of the wine and we tried first a white, a Chenin Blanc blended with a local variety. It was darker...More
We visited last August whilst staying at the nearby Renaissance, it was a great tour.
Interesting and fun throughout, incredible surroundings and views, finishing up with a delicious homemade meal.
It really was an informative and unique travel experience we loved it and would highly...More
Touring and eating lunch at Podere Concori was definitely a highlight of our amazing time in Barga! Mateo, (who is utterly adorable!) taught us so much about the entire process of wine-making, from the fertilizer to the table...and just when we thought it couldn't get...More
We stayed at the Renaissance & this was 10 mins drive away. Mateo was an excellent guide & showed us the vines, vats, storage etc - every stage from grape to glass! This was followed by a lovely 2 course light lunch (vegetarians catered for)...More
Podere Concori is an extraordinary find, perched in a mountain with a commanding view of the Garfagnana valley below. Having experienced wine tours in Super Tuscan wine territory where a large amount of the work is mechanized, it was a delight to see Concori.
The "side trip" to this small family-owned vineyard turned out to be one of the highlights of our trip to Tuscany.
The quality of the wine and small plates that complemented each choice were only exceeded by the obvious passion the owner has for his...More
My wife and I took a day trip off the beaten path up to the beautiful "Podere", which translates to Farm from the original Tuscan dialect. What a splendid time! Gabriele, his wife and Matteo were outstanding hosts. They really took the time to explain...More