Ahhhh, Burde! Where to start? Should I mention that the owner's two sons are both acclaimed sommeliers and, although proudly Italian (well, even more so, Tuscan), they don't fear venturing to other countries, palates and, yes, even beers and whisky?
Or should I just mention that if you want to eat the real tradition of Tuscany, with its agricultural but also noble origins, the cradle of the Renaisccance, that so much brought to the wors, you need to be here? This place is a marvel on its own: first, it looks like a "bottega" where you can stil buy your cold cuts (what an English tranlation for that marvellous prosciutto and its companions), excellent wines too but then you walk to the (several) dining room and there you are eating like a king, with the simple yet complex (yes they can be), ingredients that the Italians are so good at not butchering. Beware foreigners, the sons speak excellent foreign languages (not just one) and are extremely well travelled, especially Andrea, but do try to speak some Italian, they appreciate it very much. If not, a simple "grazie" will do.
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