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PHILOSOPHY

Our restaurant prides itself on a traditional Tuscan cuisine with a contemporary twist. The seasonal menu is based on what is harvested daily from the Pomario, our organic vegetable garden beside the Italian Garden or the farm’s produce.

We only use certified, local meat suppliers and our meat is from farms that treat the environment and their animals with respect.

Chef Cristina will create delicious dishes for you, using what nature has on offer during each season.

Our farm to table philosophy and respect for seasonality are the key factors when deciding what we serve, what ingredients we use and who supplies us at Vignamaggio.

 

THE DINING AREAS

The inside room of the restaurant seats up to 60 people as does the panoramic terrace, which offers a breath-taking view over the valley.

The restaurant is in what were once the ancient stables of the villa, beside the fifteenth century cellars.

For event and party planning, please send us an email at tour@vignamaggio.com

 

RESERVATIONS

During the summer season, the restaurant is open for lunch between 12:00 and 15:00 and for dinner between 19:00 and 22:00. To assist us in providing our guests with the best possible service, please make a reservation to confirm the opening hours and to select the table that would suit you best.

Our Wine Bar is open every day for those who simply wish to take a short break and enjoy a glass of good wine or a coffee.

 

For reservations call 055 8546624

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