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Best wine tours in Umbria

Why Visit Umbria?

As it is often said "good things come in small packages" and this is certainly true of the Umbrian wine region - Italy’s fourth-smallest winemaking region which produces only a third of the volume that Tuscany does.

Umbria connects history, people, nature, civilisations and traditions and is deeply rooted in ancient farming cultures. This is a land known for its heady fragrances, the simplicity of its cuisine and its deep genuine flavours. This is a land of olive oil and wine roads, with 22 sites recognised as the most beautiful villages in Italy and 9 “Orange Flag” awards given to small towns which represent sustainable eco-tourism. Wine holidays to Umbria are truly unforgettable.

What inspires people to visit Umbria and to come back time again, is the opportunity to head off on a journey that inspires all five senses. In Umbria you are privy to rare beauty, forgotten noises and sounds, treasures of distant civilisations, the various fragrances of changing seasons and most importantly the tastes and textures of local food and the wine. There are few places where it is possible to discover such wonderful cultural expressions of the past and the present with the utmost respect for a natural environment, with precious gems like Trasimeno Lake, the Clitunno Springs, the Marmore Waterfalls and the Castelluccio Plains all adding to the region's transcendent natural splendour.

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