Italy is one of those countries where the quality of food and wine is of paramount importance in every meal. When visiting, you should make sure you slot in at least one visit to a winery, however small, because that is where the famed ambrosia of Italy is made. From Planeta in Sicily to Redaelli de Zinis on Lake Garda, here are 10 Italian wineries you won’t want to miss.
Frescobaldi is a family that has been devoted to wine production for 30 generations and 700 years. Consequently, this is the historic winery of Tuscany par excellence. Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi possesses five discrete units where wine is produced, scattered from north to south Tuscany, in Pomino, Nipozzano, Castiglioni, Castelgiocondo and Ammiraglia. Any tourist who happens to be in this wonderful Italian region should take some time out of their busy schedule in order to enjoy a visit to this spot.