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Rustic elegant derived from the old mill of the farm Rignana, which was the home of Bishop Scipio Ricci Outside Of the large terrace that overlooks one of the most beautiful Chianti The wine cellar is managed by the family of Rignana Abbarchini since 1983 and today, as then the dishes are made with fresh seasonal ingredients according to the ancient culinary traditions of Chianti and Tuscany
$34 - $61
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
In the Michelin Guide, a two star restaurant is marked as "Excellent cooking - worth a detour".
La Cantinetta di Rignana is one of those places. I don't know if it has any Michelin stars, but i doubt it. What is does have however, is...More
Well; we had driven down so many dusty tracks in nearby Radda-in-Chianti to visit, taste and see at the Swiss-owned Brancaia winery; as Australians we easily endured the dirt track down to the Rignana vineyard, estate, retreat and restaurant. The place with a hedgehog for...More
This was recommended to us when we mentioned the bistecca florentina. The location is a drive down a dirt road to finally find a restaurant with a great vista, tasty food and magnificent service. Our entrees included the artichokes and burrata with truffles - magnificent!...More
This place is a hidden treasure. The food is very good, they have a great winery and the view of the winery is so beautiful it is worth the trip. I highly recommend. I go every year when I visit Florence.
Whilst celebrating our 1st wedding anniversary, my wife and I were driving around Tuscany and randomly picked this restaurant. The only bad bit about this restaurant is finding it (I was being a stressed husband driving around trying to find it), but that is the...More
Overall we thought this was a great restaurant. It is a real mission to get to up and down some pretty difficult roads / tracks so beware. The restaurant has stunning views over the hills and also a little play area which the kids enjoyed....More
We had visited La Cantinetta di Regnana about 8 years ago and remembered it as a highlight of our trip, so since we were going back to Tuscany, we considered it a must. As a matter of disclosure, we were really staying too far away...More