Cappella Sant'Andrea, San Gimignano

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#8 of 19 in Wineries in San Gimignano
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  • What a nice surprise. After discovering their white wine in the restaurant of our hotel we decided to make a hook by their Tuscan vineyard not being renowned for its white wine but more for the red. The San Gimignano region is renowned for its white wine thanks to its sandy soil and with oyster fossils. The vineyard is family friendly and very well maintained. The wines are excellent, we even had the right to a few pieces of pecorino to accompany the wine! Their olive oil is also worth a visit. We just want to leave everything and come and settle down with them to make wine in the middle of this incredible landscape.
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  • We visited while on a private tour of the area and had a wonderful time from start to finish. When the family dogs greet you with a "smile" and a wag of the tail you know you're in a great place! Flav...  more »
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  • Fantastic little family owned and run vineyard. A gem specializing in Vernaccia Di San Gimignano. Highly recommend visiting!
  • Dinner with friends at the Sant'Andrea Chapel. Flavia and Francesco welcome us warmly in their beautiful structure, some pleasingly and we put ourselves at the table. Traditional appetizers all made with local products, croutons with lard, bruschetta with tomatoes from the garden (delicious), sliced meats and a taste of cheeses made by small craftsmen. I have no words to describe the goodness of the yellow pumpkin risotto with leeks cream and crispy pumpkin flowers. The second was a riot of flavors, a damp of tradition, baked to the point with the right seasonings. All watered by their wines, the Vernaccia Clara Stella to start and then move to the well-structured Rialto that accompanied the cheeses delightfully. The Rosso Serreto 2006, San Giovese and Merlot were perfect for the second. All this is definitely great, but what made it unforgettable was the warmth of the hosts who welcomed us as if we were family. Thanks again!
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