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Cantina Giuliano

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marvaLondon wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom25 contributions11 helpful votes
Who would have thought to find a brilliant delicious atmospheric restaurant in the middle of the Tuscany hills. This is the place. Our host Elie is extremely personable and knowledgeable and his wife (who we only briefly met as she spent most of the time in the kitchen) have founded an impressive place. Food was delicious. we sat outside in an atmospheric courtyard in the middle of a tiny village unexpectedly enjoying a delicious and exquisite meal. Be prepared to pay somewhat for the privilege but it was the highlight of our day. highly recommended
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nj_paramedic wrote a review Sep 2019
25 contributions8 helpful votes
We found Eli and Lara by mistake when looking for Kosher food and wine. They are the most pleasant people. Lara runs the restaurant. All the food comes from their Garden / farm. Fresh cheeses, delicious flavorful meals, and excellent wines. When preparing our meal, we watched Lara go outside and cut fresh herbs. Eli and Lara take a lot of pride in their winery and freely showed us around the winery and the Orchard/Garden/Farm. We spent a week exploring Tuscany but always found our way back to the winery. and ended up eating there twice a day almost every day. I look forward to going back again.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Matthew wrote a review Aug 2019
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We enjoyed learning to make ravioli from scratch with Lara, which we then had with our lunch! Visiting the garden was amazing, as we got a chance to learn about farming in Tuscany and see the summer produce, some of which we picked. Suggestions: - Ask for vegetarian food - meat costs extra (which you only find out at the end), and the vegetable platter is unbelievable! - You can get there and back by taxi! We stressed out trying to choose between a very pricey car service or a very long bus ride, but for no reason. In the end, we took the train to Pisa, and got into a cab (there are lots of them, and they all have GPS's), which cost around 75 euros. On the way back, we asked Eli to call us a cab, which took us to the Pontedere train station, and only cost about 35 euros. Not cheap, but definitely better than the alternatives.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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JanFCo wrote a review Aug 2019
Mount Laurel, New Jersey15 contributions21 helpful votes
Met Eli at the wine facility for our kosher wine tasting. He explained the process and took us through the production facility. Eli was a blast - so honest about what it takes to make kosher wines and to be in the industry. Tasted his wines and bought several bottles. Tours are by appointment only (11am or 5pm Sunday through Thursday) - April to November.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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paindoc770 wrote a review Jul 2019
New York, NY208 contributions82 helpful votes
We stopped here on our way from Sienna to Cinque Terra. Eli and Lara are doing a great job at presenting their delicious wine, combining it with locally sourced food, and a beautiful outdoor Tuscan ambiance. We would definitely come here again, and probably stay for a night or two. 2 hints, 1) be careful not to google map the winery because it is 15 min away from where the food/wine action is, and 2) If you are approaching from the south, do not take the 'quickest' route as it may lead you onto a narrow gravel path for part of the trip.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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