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14 Best Cities In Italy For Wine Tasting To Add To Your Bucket List
From morning sips and food markets to evening gatherings, Rome has you covered with ancient cellars, wine bars, tasting rooms, and ample vino-infused experiences awaiting visitors.
Popular spots include Vino Roma, Rimessa Roscioli, and Al Vino Al Vino. Rome also has many wine stores and charming wine bars that offer delicious food and wine-infused desserts.
Known as the heartland of Italian wine production, Tuscany is perfect for newbies and connoisseurs who want to learn more about this region's wine with its over 400 wineries.
There are a variety of tours, day trips, and countless Tuscany tasting itineraries to follow on your own self-guided wine adventure, and several vineyards offer lodging.
Orvieto is a charming city with numerous vineyards, wineries, organic farms, wine bars, phenomenal viticulture, and a majestic landscape.
Famous for its multifaceted white wines, wineries like Tenuta Vitalonga, Cantina Lapone, and Castello di Corbara offer affordable and informative tasting experiences.
UNESCO heritage site Verona has historical sites, stunning architecture, a rave-worthy culinary scene, and is rumored to be the town in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet."
Le Morette and Boscaini Carlo are just two of many tasting options that offer fantastic wines, excellent food pairings, and breathtaking scenery.
The capital city of Sicily, Palermo, is teeming with so many vineyards that wine enthusiasts will likely need to make several trips to cover this entire bucket-list destination.
A few necessary stops include the Elios vineyards, Cantine Barbera, Marco de Batholdi, and Cantine Pellegrino, which offer everything from divine varieties to unbelievable views.