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Not everyone knows that breathtaking Italy is the largest producer of wine in the world. And it's hardly a surprise, considering that this amazing country boasts an extensive history in the field of winemaking that started in the 2nd century BC. What is more, Italy is the first country that started a large scale production of this noble drink and invented the storage techniques that are still in use nowadays! With a heritage like that, no one should visit Italy without checking out the local wines. It doesn't matter whether you stop by one of the numerous vineyards, enjoy a glass of wine in a cozy street cafe of inspiring Florence or even dedicate a whole day to a wine tour in Tuscany, rest assured that Italian wines will still your heart. If it sounds tempting, don't miss a chance to look through Firebird's collection of the best wine tours in Italy (including memorable tours in Tuscany, Italy's most famous wine region). All itineraries that we offer feature stays in the best properties, located close to the main cities' attractions, only logical connections, and, most importantly, exquisite wine tasting of the best Italian vinos!

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Immerse yourself in the best wine tours in Italy! Our wine tours in Italy are organized by destination experts and include wine tastings, cheese farms visitings with professional guides, rich sightseeing, and smooth logistics. Enjoy an exciting wine tour in Tuscany or a remarkable wine tour in Florence and learn more about Italian culture. Take this chance to experience why Italians are proud of their food and wine.

The Best Wine Regions in Italy

  • Tuscany
  • Sicily
  • Veneto
  • Emilia-Romagna
  • Sardinia
  • Puglia
  • Piedmont

Tips for Visiting Italian Wineries

  • Some wineries are located higher up in the hills, be prepared for narrow roads
  • Italy has thousands of wineries, don't expect to visit plenty of them. The ideal is two in a day
  • Immerse in the history of each winery
  • The best time to visit wineries is from April to June and mid-September to October
  • Learn some basic Italian phrases. Locals will appreciate it

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