Walk along the Amalfi Coast and wine tasting at Marisa Cuomo
WINE & DRINK
Visit to one of the oldest wine cellars in the world: Ricasoli
The first stones of the Brolio castle date back to the early Middle Ages, when it became the property of the Ricasoli family in 1141. Today, the estate, rebuilt several times, has traces of various eras. In a continuous sequence of colors, among soft hills and dense oak and chestnut forests, Castello di Brolio dominates the center of the largest region of Chianti Classico. The property has 1,200 hectares, of which 240 are vineyards and 26 are planted with olive trees. You will taste one of the best wines in the region accompanied by typical products.
Castles of Piedmont and Barolo
A tour with a local guide through the panoramic “wine road” among the hills and vineyards with a story about the features and traditions of the Langhe region. A walk in the charming fortified town of XIV – XVI centuries. The route continues among the beautiful landscapes of the Barolo region. A stop at the foot of the castle, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, where the history of the formation of Italian statehood intertwined with the history of the creation of the great Italian wine Barolo. Lunch at a Michelin star restaurant. Visit to a family winery manufacturer of Barolo. Tour of the cellars and wine tasting.
Speakeasy Rome Tour: Discover 3 Secret Bars
In the period of American Prohibition, in order to circumvent the ban on the production and consumption of alcohol, hidden bars were created where you can secretly drink and not be caught. Very often these speakeasy were located in the back rooms of shops or wine cellars and are only accessible via password. How could you find them? – “Word of mouth.” Despite the fact that today we no longer need to hide, speakeasy practice is more alive than ever before. Thanks to the information available in blogs, magazines, forum… We can collect numerous tips to find them.