Voigtmann has made a profession out of having good taste—in food, wine, hotels, everything. So when he says, “Please don’t tell anyone else about this restaurant—I love it too much!” it’s best to nod graciously, drive directly to this fantastically beautiful hamlet, grab a table outside, and lose your mind over a plate of homemade tagliatelle with fresh porcini. If you’re lucky, you’ll bump into Francesca or Margherita Padovani, the twin sisters who run Fonterenza, the nearby biodynamic vineyard that makes a formidable Brunello di Montalcino.

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