We stopped here for lunch. Service was speedy and courteous. The food was very good. It was relatively expensive compared to other meals of similar quality we had on our trip. We tried two different Brunello's during lunch, and our intent was to sample a couple of others, then purchase several bottles at the tasting room after lunch. The fellow in the tasting room didn't really want to be bothered, and they had a very limited number of bottles open for tasting (I assume that means he did not want to open a new bottle, just for us to taste). Though part of me wanted to just walk away, we did end up buying a single bottle of 2005 Brunello "vigna del fior", for about 30 Euro. The next day, we had a lazy afternoon and uncorked the Brunello and enjoyed it along with some Pecorino cheese. The wine was absolutely amazing - wish I had a couple of cases.
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