I've been several times, dining both inside and outside. Food is reliable but a bit over-priced. Can feel a bit stuffy for those who are used to the open, friendly Tuscan kitchens you can find in other areas. It is convenient if you are out wine-tasting along the Chianti Road. The Castello is a 'must' as it is so impressive and historical for this area. The tasting room below is good - be sure to visit the gardens (5 euro entrance) as it does give you a free tasting in the enoteca.