Italian Wine Travel Guide
Italy is home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Followed closely by Spain and France, Italy is the world’s largest wine producer by volume. The three country’s regularly via for the top position… Grapes are grown in almost every region of Italy — there are more than one million vineyards under cultivation. In other words, if you’re visiting Italy, you are bound to stumble upon a local winery no matter where you go.
Italian Wine Tours
Wine Regions in Italy
The are 20 main wine regions in Italy. Yes, that’s a lot and seeing as there are more than 350 official Italian wine varieties, there is a lot to know…and sip. This map can help you layout which regions are either in the area you’re already visiting or help guide you on planning your trip to Italy.
Italian Wine Resources
Where to Sip
Tuscany: Wine class in Siena!
Meet the Italian Winemakers
Beyond the Vines - Things to see and do besides sipping wine.
Liguria: Eating well in the Cinque Terre
Lombardy: Things to do in Lake Como
Piedmont: 10 Things to do in Turin, Italy
Tuscany: Florence in a Single Day
Tuscany: Top things to see and do in Florence
Piedmont: Hiking to the Barolo Village of La Morra
Piedmont: Harvest Lunch in Barbaresco