Become a wine expert

Taste the finest Italian wines!

Become a wine expert

Taste the finest Italian wines!


Fabulous Italian Wine

Wine tasting

Visit the most exclusive and refined Italian wineries and enjoy a selection of their best wines! Upon request, we can also make you taste vintage and rare wine bottles, that normally aren’t provided by the wineries.  A real sommelier will accompany you and unveil the secrets of wine tasting.

Traditional appetiziers

Your tasting will be accompanied by mouthwatering traditional appetizers, that will vary according to the region: homemade cheese and cold cuts, bruschettas, taralli, etc. Your taste buds will be delighted! 


Get ready for awe-inspiring panoramas, endless views of sunny hill slopes covered by wineyards, ancient castles, elegant renaissance villas and palaces…your wine tasting experience can be accompanied by a visit to the local gems, for a trully unforgettable Italian experience. 

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Wine tasting experience


Minimum nr. of participants: 1 adult.

Please let us know in advance if you have any allergies or food restrictions, so we can make sure that your experience will be flawless.

Email us with the region you are visiting (kindly check the table below) and your availability, and we will get in touch with a customised offer.


Italy has a rich history of winemaking. Every region has its own local vines, and every winery has its unique blends. We decided to focus on the following Italian regions, were we have carefully selected high-quality and niche wineries.

Find out more about some of the most famous traditional wine of each region:


  • The sparkling white Franciacorta DOCG wine, made by the traditional method. Wines from this area have ancient traditions, documented in Brescia City council books as “Franzacurta” as far back as in 1277.
  • The deep, rich crimson-colored Valtellina superiore. The alpine area of Valtellina is trully enchanting.


This region is probably the queen of winemaking. Some of the most famous and prestigious Italian wines come from Tuscany:

  • The red Chianti, symbol of Tuscany;
  • The red Brunello di Montalcino;
  • The white Vernaccia di San Gimignano. If you haven’t visited San Gimignano before, you should definitely do it now! 


  • The noble red wine Barolo, which must be aged at least for 38 months. Each bottle of Barolo has its own precise character :);
  • The elegant, young and classy Barbera d’Asti;
  • The red Barbaresco.


Trentino and South Tyrol

  • The white Alto Adige DOC Gewürztraminer;
  • The red Teroldego. Teroldego may take its name from the German dialect for “gold of the Tyrol”. Another theory credits a northern Italian village called Teroldege, or Teroldeghe, where documents dated in the 15th century refer to the sale of Teroldego wine.


Emilia Romagna

  • The red Lambrusco. The most popular is the frizzante (slightly sparkling). Nowadays there are various levels of dryness/ sweetness, including secco (bone dry/ dry), amabile (off-dry/ sweet) and dolce (very sweet). Sweet Lambrusco became very popular in the USA in the late 1970s-1980s, reaching over 13 million cases exported to the country in 1985.
  • Romagna Superiore DOC, featured by a ruby red color and a delicate perfume of violets.  



  • The rich, dry red wine Amarone della Valpolicella;
  • The still, white and elegant Soave Classico. Soave was one of the first areas in Italy to be recognized in 1931 by Royal Decree as having the potential for producing fine wines;
  • The sparkling white Prosecco Superiore, that can only be made in the gentle and beautiful hills between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.


  • The red Montefalco Rosso, which must be aged a minimum of 18 months;
  • The red Montefalco Sagrantino, which has a very unique taste. It must be made entirely from Sagrantino grapes and requires a minimum of 37 months ageing before release. The Sagrantino vine is low-yielding, thus the production of Montefalco Sagrantino is still relatively limited;
  • The white still Trebbiano Spoletino. The Trebbiano vine may have originated in the Eastern Mediterranean, and was known in Italy already during Roman times.

Friuli Venezia-Giulia

This region is famous for its great white wines, but makes also red wines of an undisputed high quality.
Some of the white wines:

  • Collio DOC, produced in the Italian part of the Gorizia Hills. The name “Collio” comes from the Italian word colli which means hillsides, and describes the terrain of the Collio Goriziano region.
  • Colli Orientali del Friuli DOC, produced in an area where viticulture has existed since Roman times.
  • Among the red wines, one of the most well-known is the Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso. This grape variety was well known in ancient times and has been praised already in the First century by the Roman writer Pliny the Elder, for the high quality of wine it produced.