Combining wine and UNESCO heritage landscapes
The wealth and uniqueness of Italian wines are known worldwide. Just think that some production areas have received UNESCO Heritage recognition. Such as the Vineyard Landscapes of Piedmont, Langhe-Roero and Monferrato; the Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene and the head-trained vines of Pantelleria. But, in reality, every corner of Italy offers incredible opportunities to taste exceptional products.
Italy is dotted with vineyards: from north to south the territory is full of rows of vines, each with its distinctive feature, absolutely to be discovered.
You can try unique experiences within everyone's reach. Classic winery tasting tours are complemented by stays at wine resorts, and wine therapy wellness treatments. Yoga enthusiasts can meditate surrounded by nature, in the shade of a vine. Those who are more inclined to an active vacation, on the other hand, can explore the vineyards aboard a 4x4, thus combining the thrill of off-roading with beautiful landscapes.
Wineries and sustainability
And if travelers are increasingly attracted to green destinations, Italy's wine industry is keeping up to date on the subject: for years now there has been a focus on environmental sustainability through the use of renewable energy, materials with low impact on the ecosystem and waste management. To promote the development of the Italian territory, and improve the quality of the product, which exceeds excellence.