I have designed a variety of itineraries in the three
major wine areas of Italy such as Tuscany
. All these
itineraries can now be customized to suit individual
and group requirements and budgets
below we suggest some itineraries:
The red Italian wine most known in the world. It's the combination
of the sangiovese vine with traditional canaiolo, malvasia and trebbiano
vines. His color is ruby red, almost garnet.
This tour offers a full immersion in the wine's wold. You'll begin
in the vineyards and receive an explanation of the terroir- the combination
of local climate, soils and grape varietals.
One of the most precious wines, ruby red, produced in the territory
of Montalcino from brunello and sangiovese vines. Before the bottling
it is aged at least 4 years in English or French oak casks.
Montepulciano is like a mini Florence, and for that reason alone it's
worth a visit. Vino Nobile is an aged red wine of high quality. At
the typical vines of Chianti are added in limited quantity the grechetto,
bianco and mammola vines.
San Gimignano is the poster child for Tuscany and the epitome of a
medieval Italian hilltop town. It is famouse for the Vernaccia
di San Gimignano which is a white wine made from grapes grown
The lush green hills that surround Verona have been the home of indigenous
vines for over 2,000 years. We'll visit celebrated vineyards each
producing there own versions of the Amarone "the big dry one".
The vineyards of the Barolo DOCG zones are not extensive, but they
are the most carefully charted stands of vines anywhere in Italy.
Discover this beautiful wine country with our local guide.