For most international visitors, the capital Rome is the first port of call in Italy. To explore wine country, the options are then to head north (Tuscany), east (towards Umbria & Marche) or south (Lazio & Campania). There are fantastic wine resort in this area, with local farm and very special fine products and fantastic Family activities.

If visitors are landing in Milan area there are some options to explore wine country. Going to west Piedmont regioni is fantastic for wine resort and wine cellars. On the east side Trentino & Veneto region are very famous. For lovers of premium Prosecco DOCG, travel to the opulent Villa Abbazia, a Relais & Châteaux recommended 5* hotel. It’s not only luxurious but also wonderfully quirky and family-run, with a Michelin-starred restaurant to boot. Be sure to leave enough time to visit the famous cloistered Cistercian abbey opposite. It’s well-positioned in Follina, on the ‘Prosecco road’ between Vittorio Veneto and Valdobbiadene, as well as being a 20-minute drive from Cartizze.
There are several boutique wine hotels in Romagna, perhaps the most impressive being the Borgo Condè, a luxurious and beautifully equipedd Indipendent wine resort .

A horse, bike or walking trip round our selected wine resort is recommended, and you can also combine a visit here with a stay in one of Italy’s most breathtaking natural parks. Wine & Nature is a seven-day programme for Families that takes advantage of combine Wine Resort,Nature & Golf activities.


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