I can’t stop thinking about how nice it was to spend an entire day with my three new friends from Los Angeles, California.
Marc and Batel found me online, and they chose our service.
They accepted the program we offered them immediately, and we quickly started the tour.
After getting to know each other during the drive, we stopped in a farming coffee bar on the way to Montalcino, where we had a delicious breakfast before meeting the winemaker at the first winery.
We always offer our clients a visit to wineries out of the beaten path, especially if they visit Tuscany for the first time.
They enjoyed the visit asking many questions to the wine producer and enjoyed the wine tasting and the food pairing of cheeses and fresh salami, fresh bread and extra-virgin olive.
They purchased a lot of wine and shipped it to the United States.
After the wine tastings, we headed to a cute medieval village called San Angelo in Colle, where Trattoria il Pozzo is the historical and most genuine Tuscan cuisine in the area.
They loved the food, from the simple but fresh vegetable appetizer to the two samples of handmade pasta and the local truffles with gnocchi and butter.
Of course, we had a third wine tasting and a light dessert during lunch.
After the delicious lunch, we drove to the Orcia Valley, and it was just great to go through the Tuscan rolling hill and take pictures on the way to Pienza.
They had the chance to have a cheese tasting and local shopping, and we enjoyed gelato.
We head back to their hotel in the Southern part of the Chianti Classico, where before saying goodbye, we asked the lady at the front desk to take us a picture!