Best wine tours in Bolgheri
This exclusive, private half-day tour is designed for passionate wine lovers but also for the wine curious who would like to learn about Bolgheri - the wine region on coastal Tuscany, home t... See More
Discover Bolgheri wine region and meet the local producers, small off the beaten path wineries, while savoring amazing wines paired with Tuscan snacks. A walking guided tour of Bolgheri vill... See More
This private, half day cycling tour is a great option for wine and bike lovers who want to explore the Bolgheri landscape and its renowned vineyards on two wheels. Bolgheri, also known as ... See More
Why Visit Bolgheri?
Bolgheri is a relatively young Tuscan DOC, having only started producing wine commercially in the 1970’s. However it has already made a significant impression on the international wine scene, ruffling traditional Tuscan feathers, and the name Bolgheri is now synonymous with exceptional fine wine. Book a wine tasting tour to Bolgheri, or visit the region on a wine tasting holiday to Tuscany, and experience ‘Super Tuscan’ wines for yourself.
WINE TASTING TOURS IN BOLGHERI
Once referred to as Super Tuscans, Bolgheri wines are predominantly intense reds, with the ability to age, created from a blend of Bordeaux grape varietals. Quality levels are exceptional, with many estates already producing award-winning, collectible wines. As vineyards typically improve with age, future expectations are high for Bolgheri. Learn how this Maremma coastal region transformed from a malarial swampland to a prestigious wine producer, and the pioneering Sassicaia wine that started it all, on a guided wine tasting tour.
MORE REASONS TO VISIT BOLGHERI
The region is a typically Tuscan landscape of vineyards, olive groves and wooded hillsides dotted with medieval hamlets. Drive along the famous ‘Viale dei Cipressi’, a straight 5km road lined with majestic cypress trees, to reach the charming medieval village of Bolgheri, with its fairytale castle. Take a leisurely stroll through the historic centre, pausing at the artisan workshops and enotecas, before enjoying a simple lunch in one of the osterias.