Bolgheri, the unknown gem of Tuscany

A jewel yet to be found

It’s hard to believe but there is still a little unknown gem to be seen in Tuscany. A jewel that has become famous amid worldwide wine connoisseurs and is now ready to let you taste its treasures. Whether you are an average consumer, a wine enthusiast or a pro, Bolgheri will let you fall in love with its special wine history, its Supertuscans production and noble roots.

Bolgheri is 40 km South of Livorno, the entrance of Upper Maremma. A harsh yet gentle piece of inland, along the Etruscan coast. Umbrella pine trees and vineyards everywhere are the main features of this fertile wine land together with centuries old cypress trees.

You will be delighted with the visit of the first wine estate including the tour of the cellar and tasting. An open air national monument, the five km long stunning cypress lane from San Guido will then take you to the medieval hamlet of Bolgheri. A tiny village of enormous prestige in the wine world.

During your time here you will enjoy a delicious Tuscan lunch and spend some time discovering the center of town. Bolgheri, once the home of Nobel prize winner Poet Giosuè Carducci, is now the capital of this wine region and also the birth place of Bordeaux-style wines made in Tuscany such as Sassicaia, Ornallaia and Guado al Tasso, just to name a few!

This tour includes:

  • Full Day 8 hour tour
  • Wine tour and Tasting at first winery
  • Visit the Village of Bolgheri
  • Stop for lunch in Bolgheri
  • Shopping time in Bolgheri
  • Wine tour and Tasting at the second winery

The Bolgheri Experience is not just a tour. It is a state of mind you are able to enjoy the moment you enter the 5  km long cypress lane.

Visit some of the best and most prestigious wineries of Bolgheri! Learn about the origins and taste its outcomes! It took the initiative of great visionary men and wine enterpreneurs like Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta and

Niccolo Antinori back in the early 30s to shape the destinity and the fortune of this little blessed piece of land: Bolgheri.

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