Ten years ago Italy and Wine originated the concept of "wine vacations." Today we remain the leader in the industry, now offering over 26 programs for one-day-tour.
Founded in 2004 by Vittorio Del Bono Venezze, as a result
of a long term love of wines, food and Italian way of life the company sets-up both shared and private tours in Tuscany, Piedmonte and Veneto. Find out more about our local programs in the twin website Tuscan Wine Tour and Veneto Italy and Wine.
Vittorio Del Bono Venezze the founder sais "it all
started in the 1990s when I was studying as a Sommelier". My credo and promise to you: a top quality, authentic, intimate wine experience, with lots of laughter and friendship..
In 2005 I started to offer my guests a special wine tasting lesson in Florence to teach as much as possible about Tuscan wines and Sangiovese grape.
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We have several small group tours up to 8 wine lovers scheduled for
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availability for 2014!
Some of our private Wine Tours!
This is without a doubt the most well-known italian red wine in the world. Born from the combination of the sangiovese vines with the traditional Canaiolo and Colorino. Its color is ruby red , tending to garnet.
This tour will take you into the heart of the Chianti Classico. You will visit two wineries, one of which is located in a true medieval castle. Here, wine and history come together in a single scenario.
This tour is designed for connoisseurs who love the Brunello di Montalcino. This is probably the most famous wine of Italy. You will be accompanied to the visit of two small wineries that produce great wines.
Montepulciano is like a mini-Florence, and for that reason alone it is worth visiting.
The Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is a high quality aged red wine. At the typical vines of Chianti are added in small quantities Mammolo.
San Gimignano is the poster child for Tuscany and the epitome of a
medieval Italian hilltop town. It is famouse for the Vernaccia
di San Gimignano which is a white wine made from grapes grown
The lush green hills that surround Verona have been the home of indigenous
vines for over 2,000 years. We'll visit celebrated vineyards each
producing their own versions of the Amarone "the big dry one".
The vineyards of the Barolo DOCG zones are not extensive, but they
are the most carefully charted stands of vines anywhere in Italy.
Discover this beautiful wine country with our local guide.