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Lucca Area Tenuta/Winery Recommendation

If anyone is in the Lucca area is looking to do some winetasting...a friend introduced us to this Tenuta yesterday. We have visited 5-6 in the past year and this one is by far the shining star. They also only ship for individuals, so anyone wanting to have some sent home...no problem. They also have the smaller bottles available in some of the best wines, which I appreciate because my husband doesn't drink wine with dinner and I do--just enough for a one-person pleasure :)

Our friend had found Buonamico here:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g652037-d2196827-Reviews-Buonamico_Tenuta-Montecarlo_Province_of_Lucca_Tuscany.html

But they have their own website: www.buonamico.it

What a pleasurable few hours, AND very COOL something to do in August heat!

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