If you are visiting Rome you really want it to be special that's why Maria (my wife) has chosen four hotels that are as special as Rome itself. Which are they? Click for the answer.
It would be a shame to visit Rome yet miss out on trying some of the fabulous wines from this part of Italy and to miss out on visiting a famous Roman wine estate.
You don't have to though. Here then are two great options that any wine lover is sure to enjoy...
Having a great time in Rome and really don't want to leave? Or perhaps your time is limited and you can't take the time to visit wineries outside of Rome?
Not to worry you can still get to try some of the fabulous wines of the Roman region and a selection of absolutely wonderful cheeses and salami too.
Simply join this tasting at L'Angolo Divino, Rome's legendary wine bar.
L'Angolo Divino has been running for over fifty years and with this tour you'll get to taste great wines in the company of one of Rome's foremost experts.
Definitely not something you'll want to miss out on.
An afternoon you'll never forget on a journey through the gorgeous scenery of the Frascati countryside in the company of an English-speaking Italian wine expert.
Travel those famous hills around Rome, discovering ancient farmhouses, olive groves and vineyards all under the gentle Roman sun. Don't think that's all though. The highlight is the visit and wine tasting at the Pallavicini Wine Estate.
This centuries old estate is owned by one of Italy's most respected noble families. They'll open their doors to you and allow you a tasting of some of their finest wines. An experience you'll remember for always. To start making memories click here.
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