When it comes to wine, Italy is proud, passionate and generous. Italy produces one fifth of the world's wine and is one of the oldest and most respected wine-producing countries on the planet. Its 20 wine regions possess a plethora of flavours and cover numerous types of wine including: Sangiovese in Tuscany, Montepulciano in Abruzzo, Nero d'Avola in Sicily, Moscato in Piedmont and Trebbiano in Lazio. If you always dreamed of visiting a vineyard and tasting the wines in local enotecas with professional somoliers, you have come to the right place!
Meaning "Castles of Rome," Castelli Romani are 16 hill towns nestled in the Colli Albani (the Alban Hills) that boast epicurean delights, distinctive wines and impressive villas with majestic gardens. Seasonal festivals abound in this region: ranging from strawberry and grape festivals to garden festivals.... Castelli Romani Tour
Wine tasting tour through the heart of Rome visiting 2 different and characteristic wine bars, or Enoteca. In the course of the evening you will try 4 different and characteristic Italian wines and have appetizers along the way. Our Wine tasting tour is led by a trained Sommelier who will guide you through the complexities... View Rome Wine Tour