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About Tuscan Wine School
Become an Tuscan Food & Wine Lover in less than 2 hrs! Join one of the daily food tours (at noon) or wine tasting sessions (at 4 pm) with a professional Sommelier and taste the typical foods of Siena & wines from all over Tuscany & learn loads of helpful details. The classes are fun and informative at the same time, are in English and run daily (except Sundays).
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Katharina S wrote a review Aug 2021
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We learned a lot about the different wines from an expert and got to taste not just amazing wine but also delicious food.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Thunderchief01 wrote a review Jul 2021
Solna, Sweden42 contributions26 helpful votes
We spontaneously booked the Savor Siena tour (which was no problem, they where really helpful eventhough we booked last minute) and it was a great tour. We started with a wine tasting together with some cold cuts and cheeses. After that we went out on a tour of the town where Giorgia told us about the exciting history of Siena. After the tour we ended with some sweets and a great sweet wine. We can highly recommend this tour, everything about it was great and we also learned a lot. Giorgia was a great tour guide and you could really tell she has a lot of knowledge about the history of Siena and about the local wines, her passion was really inspiring and we loved her!
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GodutchMountKiscoNY wrote a review Jul 2021
Mount Kisco NY9 contributions1 helpful vote
As this is a wine bar and not a restaurant - as the owner made very clear to us - we sat down at one of the available tables outside. As no one was around to take any order, I went inside and found the owner behind her computer. She looked at me quizzically and I the told her we would like to order some wine and a little bite. Her reaction amazed me: she told me that maybe where I am from this is a habit, but in Italy you first come in to ask if there is a table available. Even if this were the case, I was flabbergasted by this demeaning and unpleasant attitude. While I am fluent in Italian the owner kept talking to me in English. My husband and I sat next to each other, which evoked another reprimand: this way we were occupying two tables. As the place was almost closing, this was not a problem at all, but apparently she had to make her point. After we finished our cheese and wine, the owner sat down having a coffee with one of her neighbors. There were no more tables occupied at that time. Eventually she cleared our table. The wine the owner recommended was nice, but she was very unwelcoming and unpleasant, without any good reason. We won't ever go back here.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Angela M wrote a review Jul 2021
Triesen, Liechtenstein20 contributions13 helpful votes
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Am I am back in my home office after a wonderful long weekend in the heart Tuscany, Siena. Last Friday (02/07), by luck, call it being in the right place at the right time with a helping of spontaneity, I joined the "Brunello Wine Tour" offered by the Tuscan Wine School. Already the drive down from Siena to Montalcino was a great learning experience, as our guide, Giorgia, was a fountain of knowledge about the wine and the history of the region. After a short stop and espresso in Montalcino, the capital of the "Brunello"-wine, we were taken to taste the wines of three different vineyards. The first bio-dynamic, with a specialty of bonsai-vines, to achieve faster, deeper roots. The second organic, where were invited into the winemakers home for lunch enjoying his great wines with Pici (typical regional pasta) and Panna Cota. The third, a larger vineyard with a novelty for me: Rossato, which I had never tasted before in Tuscany. We started at 9:30am in the morning and arrived back in Siena at around 6:30pm, happy, more knowledgable about and respect for the winemaking process in challenging terrain, which makes the wine all the better. For someone who has done wine tours in the past, this was ***** cinque stelle (five stars) and I can recommend to everyone who loves wine (and everyone who wants to learn). PS: And the joy of that day will continue, because I ordered some wines from two of the three cellars which should arrive in the next couple of weeks.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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RobboRD wrote a review Sep 2020
Derby, United Kingdom59 contributions53 helpful votes
Georgia couldn't do the normal wine tasting class due to low numbers but invited me along to try some wines and discuss them with me. I met a couple that were doing the same and the 3 of us had a wonderful evening tasting local Tuscan wines with Georgia explaining the history and the story behind each one. The food was good and Georgia was a great host. Easily my best night in Siena!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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