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Your favorite Tuscan winery for a daytime visit and superb lunch?

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During our week staying in Siena, I'd love to do a winery tour. Of course the options are endless -- but since we love to eat, I'm thinking maybe to find a great place to drive to, tour the winery, sample some wines AND have a super lunch. We'd be driving to and from Siena so we don't want to make it too far.
I'm wondering about Castello Banfi in Montalicino. I know the wines are great, and the food is supposed to be as well, but is it kind of too "tour busses" and "mobs of people being rushed through"?

So what's been your favorite place you visited that gives a really great "impression" of Tuscan wineries?

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