PoggioBrandani

PoggioBrandani, Gaiole in Chianti: Hours, Address, PoggioBrandani Reviews: 5/5

PoggioBrandani
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
PoggioBrandani is dated 1234 and it is grew with the Brandani family who has always lived and worked here. Winery facilities: guided tours, photos gallery and museum, wine tasting, wine & souvenirs shop, direct sale, shipping all over the world, open all year.
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rsnow5
Croton on Hudson, NY77 contributions
Wow! Met the 33rd generation of Brandani sitting on Mom's lap!
Jul 2015 • Couples
The wine, the olive oil, the people and the setting are all spectacular! What fun we had! And the wines are just delicious. We loved the "old" style chianti they make and the "new" Chianti is just great.
Written 10 June 2016
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afbarwig
Stuart, FL6 contributions
Best winery we visited in Tuscany
We loved this winery in Chianti. The wine was great and the staff were so personable. Laura (the owner) gave us a tour and Angela assisted with the wine tasting. Their English was great and we learned a lot. We would definitely visit here again.
Written 5 December 2009
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Joshua G
Saratoga Springs, NY4 contributions
Unexpected Find!
We found this lovely little place after meeting some people at another vineyard. We were warmly welcomed and given tour and of course tasted some of their wine outside on the picnic tables. The wine and views were great!
Written 3 November 2009
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Devin_TX
San Angelo, TX1 contribution
Beautiful Spot and Delicious Wine
We had a wonderful time enjoying the beauty of Chianti and some delicious wine. Nestled up in the hills of Chianti is a charming winery named PoggioantinorA Di Luca Brandani. We toured their facilities with our kids and enjoyed seeing all of the old antique tools that have been used to produce wine and olive oil in this location for decades. After touring their musem we enjoyed a wine and olive oil tasting on a beautiful patio overlooking the vineyard. All in all it was a great spot and we would highly reccomend it to folks that love wine and olive oil.
Written 26 October 2009
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rabconn
Cheshire, Connecticut2 contributions
Our favorite wine tasting, great value
My wife & I recently returned from a stay in Chianti, and while we were there enjoyed a most memorable experience at PoggioAntinora. It was more than just a wine tasting. They also press their own olive oil (which they sample as well), and they have a museum with a collection of artifacts detailing the family history at the winery, as well as the history of wine making from earlier days until today. For the actual wine tasting, we were seated on an outdoor patio as a selection of their wines were presented along with samples of meats and cheeses, even chocolate for the dessert wine. The host was great at explaining the wines and how they are made, and she answered all of our questions. We were a little disappointed we did not actually get to see the wine making and storage area of the winery, but overall this was a wonderful wine tasting experience.
Written 21 October 2009
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pmrunc
Raleigh, NC25 contributions
A must do! Delicious Wine and Olive Oil Tasting!
I spent time in Tuscany on my honeymoon and my husband and I really enjoyed our wine tasting and tour at Poggioantinora Winery! It was a beatiful winery sitting high above the most beautiful vineyards. In their museum we learned so much about olive oil making and the harvesting of the grapes for the wine! We went on 3 wine tastings during our time in Tuscany and this one was the best by far!
The host spoke great English, spent a lot of time with us talking and teaching us, and also provided delicious meats and cheeses to accompany our wonderful wines! She taught us so much about the region, and chianti wine--knowledge which we took with us the remainder of our trip as we drank wine in other parts of Tuscany and in restaurants!!

We highly recommend making this a stop on your Tuscan adventure!
Written 19 October 2009
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titansTallahasseeFL
Tallahassee FL3 contributions
Wonderful Experience
On our way to another tasting, we found this winery and scheduled a tour and tasting the following day. The museum was very interesting. Angela was a great tour guide. The wine is excellent, some of the best chianti's we drank during our week stay, and we drank a lot of different wines. The views are great, the tasting was great, and the gift store prices were very reasonable.

Paul and Patti Piller
Tallahassee FL USA
Written 19 October 2009
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Einar H
Nashville, TN9 contributions
What a treed
We just returned from our honeymoon in Tuscany. We had 3 wine tastings and this was the best. The tour of the winery and the museum set the mood right. The have a brilliant ideology going on at this winery, the name of their wines all have a deeper meaning. Their Desert wine is also something new, and we're looking forward to having people over to have some Chiacchiera. Their is also a restaurant in Radda in Chianti with the same name as the winery that is a "must" restaurant to eat at, the best pasta we had on our trip.
Written 8 September 2008
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babyfishm0uth
Florida, USA31 contributions
Adorable Winery - Great Wine
During our stay in Tuscany, we enjoyed a wine tasting at Poggioantinora. It was wonderful. It began with a brief one on one tour in English of their little history of wine and olive oil museum with old photos and viewing of the tools used to make wine and olive oil many years ago. Following the tour, we tasted their new style Tuscan Red, a new style Chianti, a classic style Chianti, a dessert Chianti, and a delicious olive oil. All of the wines and oils are made by the winery, and they were all quite good. We also enjoyed a sampling of tuscan wine, cheese, and olives. Our tour guide was so nice and very knowledgeable about the wine and oil, the scenery was beautiful, wine and food was great, and the price was very reasonable. This is a great thing to do in Tuscany, and we highly recommend it!
Written 5 July 2008
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