Wine tasting – Accessible tour – Sicily
Accessible Wine Tasting Experience is available everywhere in Italy since every region has its specific type of wine and you need to taste them all!
Enjoy and taste the finest Italian wines directly from producers visiting italian wine cellars with our Accessible Wine Tasting Experience.
Wine is a fundamental part of Italian gastronomic culture and the Accessible Wine Tasting Experience offers you an occasion to discover Italy and the essence of a Region through wine tasting. From the vines to the bottle discover how Italian wine of the most famous brands is made in organic agricultures by visiting accessible cellars where you will see where the wine is stored and learn about the history of this product. ...
Both with wine-tasting, you can enjoy genuine local products such as cold cuts, cheese, oil, and bread specifically paired for the occasion. Learn everything about the different processes of vinification, the techniques of wine tasting and spend some hours with those people who love and produce wines. You can also purchase their product where the wine is produced and choosing from their best selection for you recommended directly from the producer.
Specifically in Sicily, a large amount of arable land is dedicated to viticulture, especially on hills. In this sun-kissed land you can taste white wine such as the Bianco D’Alcamo, dessert wines as the Marsala or the Moscato di Pantelleria.
The most famous Sicilian wine is the Nero D’Avola. Nationally, this wine is also recognized as one of the most important among Italian red wines. Produced mainly near Noto but common everywhere in Sicily, it has a heavier taste if produced in the west area and more delicate and fruitier if produced in the east area of the region.
The Marsala was largely popularized outside Italy by the English trader John Woodhouse and now it is used in many recipes all around the world. In Italy is drunk as dessert wine or used to make rich Italian dessert such as the zabaglione, the popular Tiramisu and shortcakes.
As the Marsala, the Moscato di Pantelleria is a dessert wine exclusively produced, as the name suggests, in Pantelleria, an island in the Strait of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. It is usually drunk accompanied with the typical Almond pastries, cannoli, cassata or Pistachio ice cream.
The Accessible Wine Tasting Experience is also a splendid opportunity to spend a relaxing time far from the noise of the city and to take home a piece of Italy.
Highlights and what's included
- Duration: Half Day
- Places of interest: SICILY
- Exclusivity: All our tours are PRIVATE, not sharing with other guests
- Languages: All languages available on request