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rome daytrip to Multipulciano and Orvieto

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I have a group of 38 adults going to Italy and Croatia in late September. We have 5 days in Rome, and while we are there, I would like to take a day trip to Gattavecchi Winery (or similar) in Multipulciano and then on to Orvietto, returning to Rome in the evening. We will have our own bus. Do you think this would be a good trip, or would it be too much time on the bus? Also, this would be on a Saturday - would I be better reversing the destinations? I know I will have to make reservations in advance, but can anyone recommend somewhere that would make a nice dinner stop for this many on the way back to Rome?
Thanks in advance for your replies, Reid777

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