For many people one of the most exciting aspects to visiting Italy is the vineyards. It’s no wonder, since Italy has some of the most beautiful vineyards in the world. But with a limited amount of time and countless options at hand, which ones should make your shortlist of must-visit Italian Vineyards? We’re here to help.
Poggio di Sotto – A truly unique vineyard experience, the Poggio di Sotto is known for its unusually high altitute (for a vineyard) as well as its amazing views, with the volcano Monte Amiata on one side and the Orcia river on the other. The wine from this vineyard is part of the “super Tuscans” family, well known for being a superior wine with a complex taste. Come for the views and stay for the tastings.