Rome Wine Tasting
- Savour a wine tasting event at a traditional bar in Rome
- Sip on glasses of traditional, antique wines as well as local favourites
- Learn about wine tasting and drinking as well as the nuances of Italian wine
- Nibble on local cheeses and dishes that pair beautifully with your glass of wine
- Food & beverages
- Wine Tasting
Wine a little during your trip to Rome! Step into the Palazzetto Giangiacomo, an 18th-century building, for a wine tasting experience that you are bound to relish. Bring along your special someone, family, or friends to the Enoteca, or a traditional wine bar, and sip on wines produced by leading wineries in the country. During the tasting, you will learn how to taste and drink wine and also learn about the nuances of Italian wine. When you step in, you can start off by sipping on Bellone, a rare, white wine that pairs beautifully with locally-made ricotta. Then, there is the Frascati Superiore, a white wine that is commonly had in Rome. This one is served along with Pecorino Romano, a hard cheese that is salty and is produced in Lazio. This will be followed by Nero Bruno, that is produced from an antique variety of grapes, grown in the Cori region in Italy. This red wine is brought to the table with Roman beef jerky or a spit-roasted pig.
Your tickets will be emailed to you within 20 minutes of purchase. You must carry a printed copy of the tickets to the venue along with a valid photo ID.
Meeting point is Enoteca Cavour, Via Cavour 313, Roma