Italy should be devoured! Find all five of your senses being captivated as you indulge on your next vacation to Italy. Please your palate with tastes from impressive vintners, with wines that range from full-bodied and fruity to smooth and delicate and food that sings and melts in your mouth. Enjoy Italy wine tours and culinary experiences all the while soaking in the scenery of Italy and its diverse regions; the rolling hills of Tuscany, or Piedmont and its mountains, each destination enticing you to absorb every element around you. Italy is attractive not only for its quaint countryside villages or its diversity of destinations but for its encouraged slow pace allowing you to smell the grape soaked barrels, see the vintage land where vineyards produce the wine and to taste the final product.

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No matter which Italy wine tour you’re looking for be sure to experience the richness of culture, history and the delicacy of Italian cuisine. You may find yourself aimlessly walking the halls of the Vatican in Rome and being utterly fascinated by the beauty and craft of the Sistine Chapel. Or perhaps you treat yourself to the remarkable food and scenery of Tuscany. Imagine the robust, bold flavors of wild boar over fresh pappardelle pasta followed by a sip of ruby-red Chianti, all the while overlooking the orange glowing sky setting beyond the infamous rolling hills of Tuscany.


Wine is a great accompaniment to any meal or snack in Italy. It may as well be its own food group. Wine-tasting in Piedmont and Tuscany is a feast for your senses. If travelling to the mountains in Piedmont wasn’t enticing enough, wait until you taste wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco, two familiar wines known for being robust and luscious, which pairs nicely with the local food that is rich in earthy and hearty notes.

Piedmont is an overqualified candidate for Italy wine tours. Known for its high quality and producing more DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita — Italy’s top wine classification) designated wines than any other region, you’re guaranteed to have a good glass of vino here.


Travelers who are looking for Italy wine tours have visited Italy; always agree that Tuscany is special, not only for its charming, picturesque hills but for its luscious food and wine options. The Super Tuscans include Chianti Classico, Montalcino and Brunello, all of which are relative to the region and reflect the beauty of Tuscany in their fruity notes and easy drinking. The options to taste delectable wines are immense and every winery and vineyard is certain to capture you completely. Taking a wine vacation in Tuscany is guaranteed to give you ageless scenery and, of course, delicious wine and cuisine, making it the perfect stop on your wine vacation through Italy. Piedmont and Tuscany will submerge your senses, and you will happily surrender to all that these incredible areas of Italy have to offer.


If you’ve heard of or eaten Chicken Marsala, then you’re halfway to understanding wines of Sicily. Marsala is a fortified wine, home to the island of Sicily, unsurprisingly from the city of Marsala. Although Marsala is popular, other parts of Sicily have just as impressive wines as well and centuries of winemaking in every part of the Sicilian landscape have proven that Sicily’s diverse wine options can be communicated in flavors to wine lovers everywhere.

Sicily is known for being the largest island in Italy, however, it’s also known for having the most vineyards, making it a great place to spend your Italy wine tours vacation! Who wouldn’t want to sit near the water and take delight in a fabulous glass of wine? If you visit Mt. Etna while you’re in Sicily, make sure to taste the wine that has been growing grapes on the slopes of the mountain since the fifth century! For a white wine preference, carricante is a popular choice; it’s light in color but has a big bold aroma. If you’re more of a red wine lover, Etna is best known for nerello mascalese, which has similar fruit flavors of pinot noir.

After indulging in Italian wine and food on your next vacation, you’ll come to realize you can never have enough of Italy and the options to enjoy this country are limitless.

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