Take a trip through the beautiful vineyards of our region and taste Umbria’s excellent wines from a selection of carefully chosen Wineries.
On this tour you will:
- Visit the wineries and vineyards of famous wine-producing areas, such as Montefalco, Bevagna, Torgiano, Orvieto, Todi, Spoleto and Trasimeno;
- Sample and compare wines from different producers;
- Discover the interesting history of the native Sagrantino grape and be surprised by new varieties and eclectic styles.
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More information on our “1 Day Wine Tour” in Umbria
Umbria is a small, compact region that seems to have something special for every palate. On this 1 Day Wine Tour, we will travel through the vineyards, visiting the Wineries where the best local wines are produced. We will obviously sample and compare wines from different producers. You’ll also discover the centuries-old history of wine production. As Orvieto wine maker Bernardo Barberani clearly states: “All our wines show that Etruscan touch; we learned everything from them”.
The Montefalco/Bevagna area (which is within easy reach of Perugia, Assisi, Spoleto and Todi) produces the excellent Sagrantino di Montefalco. Sagrantino is one of only two Umbrian wines to be awarded the prestigious DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita –the highest Italian wine appellation) in both secco and passito (sweet dessert wine) forms. In addition, the area also produces the Rosso di Montefalco DOC (from a combination of Sangiovese, Sagrantino and Merlot grapes), as well as Grechetto and a number of other wines. Sagrantino di Montefalco has attracted the curious eye of wine lovers around the world. Deep historic ties to the territory and the microclimate of Montefalco also distinguish this DOCG wine. “You can’t separate the two; Sagrantino and Montefalco share an extraordinarily intimate bond”, says producer Marco Caprai.
That identity has probably been the wine’s competitive edge in foreign markets, curious about the new flavours offered by little-known indigenous grapes. As a result, Sagrantino di Montefalco is a symbol of Umbria’s winemaking excellence.