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Agriturismo suggestions in Tuscany

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We have found so many wonderful Agriturismo's in Tuscany, it's rather hard to decide on one. So far, we have found Le Torri in Monterspertoli and Romitorio di Serelle near Castellina in Chianti, both seem perfect, BUT I thought it wouldn't hurt to see what else may be recommended. We will stay at the Agriturismo as our base for about a week and will take a day trip to Florence and a day to Venice, likely by train, I was hoping to find some recommendations centered around these preferences:

-Maybe it goes without saying, but we'd love an old place with a lot of charm/history and hospitality.
-good location that is somewhat near a train station since we will make a day trip to Florence and don't want to take the rental car.
-Nearby a town with at least a few restaurants/shops
-Pool
-We'd prefer a room/apartment with a balcony or patio to see the views
-if possible a King size bed because my husband is so tall
-a place that offers coffee/breakfast and better yet, an option for dinner at night
-an onsite winery would be a bonus, not a deal breaker

Sorry to give so many details, just trying to be as specific as possible.

Thanks in advance for any advice.

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