8 expert reviews
“This wine bar offers upscale dinners in intimate surroundings.”
– Travel + Leisure
"The menu is creative Tuscan, so an excellent soup of chestnuts and porcini mushrooms might be followed by salt cod with leeks, tomatoes, and chickpeas, or an old standard like bistecca fiorentina."
"The Antinori marchesi started their wine empire 26 generations ago, and, taking their cue from an ancient vintner tradition, installed a wine bar in their 15th-century palazzo 30 years ago." Full review
"Tuscany’s most famous wine-making dynasty has given over a portion of their Renaissance city home for oenophiles who want a full meal to accompany their tipple." Full review
""Impeccably prepared" "creations" "designed to please every palate" served alongside a "sensational" "wine list worthy of the family pedigree"." Full review
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"More than just a wine bar, yet not a full-blown restaurant, this room on the ground floor of one of Florence’s finest Renaissance palaces makes a lovely place to eat."