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Wine Destinations

Why not organising a Trip to Italy to the many Italian Wine Destinations we have? To discover Italy a Wine Tour is one of the best solution you could think!

Italy is one of the oldest wine-producing region in the world with charming Wine Roads, gently rolling hills spotted with castles , Vineyards located on steep terraces and unforgiving slopes, breathtaking landscapes, antique world-known wines, glamourous wine bars: a perfect destination to pamper yourself with tasty for wine-lovers who desire to pamper themselves with an Italian Glass of Wine!

Veneto - The Prosecco Route 

The area of the prosecco and Cartizze starts at Valdobbiadene and proceeds over the hills that lead to Conegliano. "Sensational" is to visit the wine cellars on the way through the villages that weave history and tradition together, and watch the various stages in the process of wine-making and bottling of such wines as Prosecco, Cartizze, Marzemino, Verdiso, Refrontolo Passito or Torchiato. 

Veneto - The Route of the Doge's wine

Grapevines that have been grown for over three thousand years can be seen in the area around Pramaggiore. The most renowned wines are Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, Riesling Italico, Sauvignon, Tocai Italico and Verduzzo.

Liguria - The Cinque Terre & the DOC wines

Liguria, annually, produces bottles of DOC wines , even though the land in Liguria is quite inhospitable to vines, in fact wineyards are located on steep terraces and unforgiving slopes. The terraced vineyards, carved from the rock thousand years ago, offer golden grapes used to produce a dry white wine, the legendary Cinque Terre wine (which refers to the five land or villages - Corniglia, Manarola, Monterosso, Riomaggiore and Vernazza -). There’s also the sweet version Sciacchetrà which is made from grapes left to dry after the harvest is a rare precious wine. In September men and women use headbands to carry the full baskets up and down the steep slopes.

Near La Spezia is the DOC zone of Colli di Luni where Vermentino is produced. Near Imperia, instead, you can fine a better version of Vermentino with scents of wild fennel and herbs and pleasant saltiness on the palate. The other important white wine of Liguria is Pigato, which together with Vermentino ones are whites of undeniable class.