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Help me decide between these 3 agriturismos in Southern Tuscany. .

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Has anyone been to Tenuta Il Poggione?

It looks like exactly what we're looking for next July, and we don't have to stay a whole week, but I can't for the life of me find a single review anywhere. It's 7 miles south of Montalcino

http://www.tenutailpoggione.it/agriturismo.asp

Or we can stay here in Buonconvento

http://www.agriturismo.net/buonconvento-2487/

Or here in Pienza

http://www.fattoriafregoli.it/html_en/agriturismo.html

Any thoughts? We'll be visiting Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano, Siena and Cortona from wherever we stay. The first place is less than 2 miles from a little town with restaurants and the place in Pienza is also close to restaurants.

I don't know much about Buonconvento, so any advice would be appreciated. I'm really torn, I like the looks of Il Poggione best but am bothered by the lack of reviews.

We are going with our 2 sons who are 17 and 20.

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