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Since 1972 the estate has been owned by renowned entrepreneur Angelo Jacorossi, renowned entrepreneurs. Talosa was one of the first wineries in Montepulciano to undertake the quest for fine quality which brought this appellation to the heights of...more
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Via Talosa 8 | Piazza Grande Historical Center, 53045, Montepulciano, Italy
There are innumerable wines shops and restaurants in Montepulciano. One, worth a closer look, is Taloso, on Via Pie'Al Asso, has a wine cellar that is worth exploring. Entrance is through the store, and then down the steps, through a series of natural caves, and...More
This is a place you should visit when in Montepulciano. You can easily miss the entrance if you are not aware of the presence of the cellar underneath the building. The wine shop offers a great choice in Tuscan wines and grappa.
This place has great tour, great people, great wine, great education, good toilets. The price was fair considering they also provided 5 small glasses of wine, water cheese, meat and a good education at each step. The toilets were close by and in good condition.
We stopped in during a light rain for a pre-dinner tasting. The 'tasting' bar and small tables were full, so we took a self-guided tour of the cellar and Etruscan tomb. The journey down to the tomb through the cellar was worth the visit. When...More
We scrolled around few wineries in Montepulcino but there was the best experience ! Nicolas was great to talk throw their productions after we visited by our own the amazing cellars, used for more than 1000years and Etruscan time. Myself knowing quite a lot about...More
We arranged a private tour with Andre and a wonderful tasting. His explanation of the multiple city levels, world war 2 use as a shelter and the prior uses was fascinating. The old city rests below the upper courtyards. The wine was excellent with 6...More