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Wine tasting Tours/Trips in Italy

Find a Wine tasting trip that explores Italy. There are 6 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 12 days. The most popular month for these tours is October, which has the most tour departures.

6 Wine tasting trips through Italy

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  • Leisurely spend a weekend discovering the heritage, cuisine and wines of the Acireale region of Sicily. Sip robust amber and ruby hued wines paired with an assortment of locally sourced cheese and meats.
  • Soak up the Mediterranean sun whilst admiring breathtaking views of valleys and vineyards during a weeklong food and wine tasting tour of Sicily. Sample delicious wine-flavoured ice cream at Ragusa Ibla and treat yourself to Modica’s specialty chocolate.
  • Explore medieval castles perched on the hills and valleys of Monferrato and enjoy sparkling wine in a Canelli underground cellar.
  • Travel through Venice with an expert sommelier to discover the city’s hidden gems. Wine and dine in authentic Venetian wine houses and learn about the important relationship between wine and culture.
  • Day trip to Tuscany where you’ll taste renowned wines Chianti Classico, Brunello and the famous DOCG Vernaccia white wine.
  • Visit family owned wineries located in some of Tuscany’s most scenic vineyards. Fall in love with the olive groves and vineyards of Montefalco.
  • Tour a truffle farm and enjoy truffle cooking demonstrations at Umbria. Sample white Orvieto wine or red Torgano, two of the region’s most famous wines.
  • Indulge in some serious wine tasting at Piedmont, one of Italy’s greatest wine regions and explore the rich and complex flavours of wines typical to this region.


  • Consider travelling in spring when winemakers are relaxed and the vines are really green.
  • Expect to tour two to three wineries in a day with each visit lasting up to three hours.
  • The staffs at wineries are excellent resources for technical information so don’t hesitate to ask appropriate questions.
  • Expect a lot of walking and standing so wear supportive footwear with a sturdy sole.
  • If possible, view the wine’s clarity and colour by holding the glass against a white background.
  • Don’t forget to swirl the wine before you take a sip as it allows oxygen to enter the wine, enhancing aromas and richness.
  • You can either swallow the wine or spit it out into the dump bucket provided.
  • You can judge a wine’s weight and age by tilting the glass and allowing the wine to flow to the rim. A rusty, brick or orange colour at the thinned out portion would indicate that the red wine is well aged.