Wine Tasting & Winery Tours
DiWine flavor – wine is the nectar of the gods
“Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life’s most civilized pleasures.” Michael Broadbent
- Valcalepio, in the province of Bergamo, with its DOC Valcalepio, Terre del Colleoni and IGT Bergamasca wines
Franciacorta in the province of Brescia, originates the sparkling wine of Franciacorta. Also known as the Italian Champagne, this wine is made from the same grapes that produce Champagne: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc grapes.
- The Riviera del Garda and the Mantuan Hills: Lombard wine area where various vines are grown including Groppello, Sangiovese, Barbera and Marzemino
- San Colombano al Lambro: Straddling the border between the Pavia and Lodi provinces, the vineyards that produce wines for the DOC occupy a privileged position on some of the very few hills in the famously flat Po river basin. Here we find red grape varieties such as croatina, barbera and uva rara.
- Oltrepò pavese is characterized by hills and mountains, making it ideal for the cultivation of grapes. The area produces huge quantities of the pinot nero grape.
- Valtellina: The Nebbiolo of the Alps. Sassella, Grumello, Inferno, and Sforzato, to name a few, are only some of Valtellina wines that are born from the marriage between the mountain viticulture and the noble Nebbiolo grape
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