Lovely small, intimate ristorante in a rustic quiet village. The food was delicious, and the red wine we had complimented it well. The host made a great effort to make us comfortable and feel welcome by explaining as best he could the menu in English. The meals are not rushed, but nothing is in the surrounding village of course, and the experience felt like we were eating respectfully at someones home, so a place for quiet voices. The meal was expensive; a bottle of wine between two, a starter, two courses and a dessert was 145 euros but it was a great meal and we felt we had enjoyed a genuine taste of Tuscany.
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