We went for the combined tour and lunch which was a nice experience. The guide Maria was a bit over the top with some lame jokes, but if you could see through that, you got a nice light story of the wine making process and the castle. The view is fantastic and so is their garden and wine cellars. We ended up in their dining room where we had a nice lunch and tasted four different wines and their fantastic balsamic winegar.
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