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Wineries In Montacino Region

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Hi All,

My Fiance and I are spending 3 days of our honeymoon in Tuscany in the Montacino Region. We love Brunello Wines and thought wine tasting in this region was the right fit for us.
I was hoping I could get some suggestions of your favorite wineries in Montacino.
So far we are thinking of visiting:

Poggio Antico- We hear they offer a great very intimate wine tour where you get to climb a ladder to pier into the vat!

Banfi- We hear this is a HUGE winery and should only go for a tasting, but feel like we should start off at this winery.

Verrezano Winery

Any other MUST visit/ special wineries to taste Brunello?

Thanks!

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