Podere Benintendi

Via Montebello - Benintendi 78, Certaldo, Tuscany, 50052, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Montebello - Benintendi 78, Certaldo, is near Piazza della Cisterna, Organic Tuscany, Church of Sant'Agostino, and Rocca.
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    Travel Blogs from Certaldo

    Certaldo and Greve in Chianti

    A travel blog entry by hannaharrison on Sep 26, 2012

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    ... as we needed the walk back home to work off some of the food we ate. La Cantina has had a write up in the Australian Sunday Travellers section of the paper and has also won recognition through Trip Advisor, and it is worth a visit into town to try the food.

    Unlike the other big towns in Tuscany, Greve in Chianti things start to slow down around 10 at night, which suited us fine, as at the end of each day exploring the ...


    A travel blog entry by natashalyce on Aug 22, 2012

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    ... of the past few days kicked in and I went home for a nap until the evening. When I awoke and showered me and Jamie made our way to the common area to find Madz and Sam sat with some new people drinking our special €2 bottle of homemade sangria. After sitting down and making acquaintances we joined in with the drinking and being merry. After ...


    A travel blog entry by italianliving on Oct 03, 2011

    ... As an Albertan this has required a major adjustment for me, accustomed as I am to the “sorry”, “pardon ...

    Sticciano it to me Baby!

    A travel blog entry by jen-steve on Mar 31, 2011

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    ... and wines produced), decided to completely rip out and replant all of the vineyards. The first vintage of which he's proud is the 2007, and prior to that not even Fabrizio has very nice things to say about what the estate grapes could muster. Now that the replanted vines have matured, Alessi and his crew are producijng top-notch Italian wines. Sticciano produces a C******nay, a Chianti, which blends 85% to 90% Sangiovese with 10% to 15% Canaiolo Nero, and a Syrah/Merlot ...

    Florence Part Two

    A travel blog entry by csilver on Mar 06, 2011

    ... with signs pointing towards scenic views. Every one we followed yields an incredible landscape of rolling hills and vineyards and little orange and yellow houses. It looked like it was out of movie. One picture Jo and I took actually looks like we're standing in front of a painted background. We looked out to our hearts' content and then went back through the town. For lunch, we all walked to do something quick, so Andrew and I stopped in a small meat and ...